Burglary Reported at MO US Senate Candidate’s Office

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A burglary has been reported at the Independence, Missouri, office of U.S. Senate candidate Lucas Kunce.

A report from the Independence Police Department says the burglary took place Monday at the office at 201 W. Lexington Ave.

The report also indicates that there was no forced entry.

Items seized included 200 pieces of mail and 20 pieces of office equipment, according to the report.

Kunce is one of eight Democrats running in the August primary election.

He served 13 years in the Marine Corps and worked in private companies.

The winner of the November general election will replace incumbent Senator Roy Blunt.

Blunt announced last year that he would not run for a third term.

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