Sen. Dean Heller's Las Vegas office broken into, police say

Burglary at Heller's Las Vegas office investigated

Burglary at Heller's Las Vegas office investigated

Neither the Las Vegas Police nor Heller's office would provide KLAS-TV with any comments regarding the supposed note or its contents. Neither the Vegas police nor Heller's office has confirmed their reporting as of yet. The preliminary investigation by patrol officers determined that a burglary did not occur to the main building or to Senator Heller's office.

Authorities say someone broke into the office lobby just after 9:00 A.M Saturday morning.

Heller announced in June that he would not support the Senate bill in its current form, and both Democrats and Republicans alike have relentlessly campaigned for his vote.

A spokesperson for the senator declined to comment, saying the office "can't comment on or discuss ongoing investigations".

India rejects 'malicious' Pakistani media report of soldier deaths in Chinese attack
The Chinese forces had then tasted new battle equipments, including the lightweight tanks, Xinhua news agency had reported. The Centre's briefing to the Opposition on the ongoing stand-off with China on the Doklam plateau was long overdue.

Heller had been thrust into the national spotlight over the Trump administration's effort to repeal and replace ObamaCare.

"I can not support a bill that takes insurance away from tens of millions of Americans", he said at a recent press conference.

Conservative groups targeted Heller after he opposed the initial GOP health care bill and they are likely to come after him this time as well if he opposes the bill.

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