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Greta it may not be Watergate but Capitol Hill -- a new caper last month.
Thieves broke into several house office buildings later at night when doors were locked in made out with hundreds if not thousands of dollars worth.
Of cash clothing computers iPods alcohol in even -- one case autographed baseballs in presidential.
Easter -- congressman what do you make of this Capitol Hill burglary case -- heard about this carving out a list we have it.
I think we need to get some gum shoes on -- and try to figure out what's going on it is in all seriousness it's kind of scary because it sounds like they have locked doors and this is happening -- And off hours in -- on this sounds like if you get Roger personally responsible to pay them back whether you who are at fault or not.
It's kind of disturbing -- lot of us looks like it might be an inside job and now we we put a lot of trust from the folks at.
-- -- about the services and offices so they catch real quick if all the police run here can't stop.
Burglaries and were in deep trouble obviously there is someone pretty upset and you know -- in no way in and get into our offices and I think we just have to have a heightened -- the security.
I'm guessing as a military man they probably shouldn't break into your office -- you should be in there working late -- night.
Well if I'm in a worker lay denied they certainly don't wanna breaking -- -- to doors close -- don't know what kind of trip wires we have as well you heard about those I have.
Pretty -- doors at night here at the Rayburn building at four separate offices were hit.
Three belong to house committees the fourth to congressman Jerry Lewis congressman Lewis is chief of staff -- Willis had something very important stolen from her.
On April 23 somebody or some people broke into our office and took things that that belong to them for instance.
They took my Easter eggs.
They were in this -- And they were from many presidents starting with Jimmy Carter.
From the time -- was first here.
And they were all signed -- -- and the First Lady all the way up to George should -- bush and they were gone.
Here in the longworth building congressman doubting and -- and neighbors here in this -- were broken into on the night of April -- this is the lobby of congressman -- -- office.
The receptionist desk -- broken into there were two keywords in this tour they were taken in the top tour.
There's change stamps various personal items in -- -- here you have open access as you can -- to the staff offices the expense of computer monitor was taken.
As well as open doors that had change or whatnot the total cost here upwards of almost 2000 dollars in congressman Gotti was a very happy about it.
-- a prosecutor you must be.
Formulating some theories on how this happened.
-- -- or from me to figure out in the doors were locked so it's someone who has team.
And -- and has access to all the offices that someone who was Smart enough to know where the camera or -- -- -- not that someone who would not.
Walking out -- -- computer screen in -- digital cameras.
That narrows the the field I've eliminated my colleagues so from note from both suspect -- so.
Whoever has keys at night and you know one of impunity one's integrity by guessing who it is and -- trust law enforcement on drugs editor.
But it's important people feel safe here not the members put the public of these you know people all around and all our horses that.
Of the night and day the doors are locked so that's a pretty good indicator whoever had access -- keys to the offices -- distort.
Winnowing down the lists sports.
Law enforcement asked you for some tips I would say -- was anyway out.
Was anyone's sick was -- an unusual member of the cleaning crew during that time period.
You know whether they're gonna do polygraphs whether they're not -- they're gonna do interviews.
Some big check with the pawnshops.
Those are all all -- considerations.
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