2 Men Used Large Rock to Break Into Kevin McCarthy’s Office in Bakersfield, Congressman Says in Social Media Posts

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (left) (R-CA) speaks during a press conference with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (right) (R-WI). (Credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images)

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (left) (R-CA) speaks during a press conference with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (right) (R-WI). (Credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Two men threw a large rock through the window of House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s office in Bakersfield and made off with equipment, the congressman wrote on social media Monday night.

McCarthy (R-Bakersfield) posted photos on his Facebook and Instagram accounts at 6 p.m. of the two men, who apparently were seen on security camera video. He said they threw a “boulder” through the window of his office at 4100 Empire Drive.

“Do you know these guys? They threw a boulder thru our office window and took office equipment,” McCarthy wrote on Facebook.

He also posted a photo of what appears to be a large rock surrounded by broken glass and lying on the floor of the office.

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