Ax-wielding vandal smashes windows of North Dakota senator's Fargo office
Police in Fargo, North Dakota, claim to have unambiguously identified the ax-wielding suspect in the vandalism of the offices of US Senator John Hoeven (R-N.D.).
Image: Suspicious vandalism identifies Sen. John Hoeven's office (Fargo Police Dept.)
Friday night's surveillance video showed a masked man walking up a flight of stairs to the closed office door, smashing the window with an ax, and ripping the safety glass off the frame before calmly walking away.
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Hoeven's office is near the Skywalk in downtown Fargo, a glass-enclosed pedestrian walkway that connects two buildings on North Broadway Drive.
"Our employees discovered the vandalism on Monday morning," a Hoeven spokesman wrote in an email. "We reported him and we appreciate the dedicated work of our law enforcement agencies."
The Fargo Police Department wrote on Facebook that a report on the suspect will be forwarded to the prosecutor upon completion.
Reached by phone on Wednesday, the Cass County attorney confirmed to NBC News that they had not yet received the case report from the Fargo Police Department.
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