BILLINGS (AP) — The state director for Republican U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg says six windows and the glass door at Rehberg's office in Billings were broken early Saturday.
Randy Vogel tells the Billings Gazette (http://bit.ly/JbfV53) that someone probably used a crowbar or other metal tool to break the windows. An alarm went off at 4:43 a.m. but there is no sign anyone entered the office.
Billings Police Sgt. Matt Brewer says there are no suspects.
Rehberg spokesman Jed Link says the "unfortunate actions of one or two people simply can't change the fact that Montanans of all political stripes and backgrounds universally choose to be civil and respectful to each other."