(BILLINGS)- Billings Police are looking for the suspects who smashed thousands of dollars worth of glass windows at Congressman Denny Rehberg's office Saturday.
KTVQ reports the vandals struck just before 5 a.m. Saturday with Rehberg staffers saying that's when an alarm went off. Police found half-a-dozen windows, and the front of a glass door smashed when they arrived. No one was inside and police speculate whoever smashed the windows probably used something like a tire iron to shatter the glass.
Rehberg's communications director Jed Link released a statement saying "the unfortunate actions of one or two people simply can't change the fact that that Montanans of all political stripes and backgrounds universally choose to be civil and respectful to each other. That's the community spirit that makes Montana the best state in the country."
In late March, vandals smashed the front window of Rehberg's office in Missoula by tossing a brick.