A spokeswoman for Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer's office confirmed that his 2013 campaign office was broken into over the weekend. "Sometime this weekend, a break-in occurred at Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer's campaign office," spokeswoman Audrey Gelman wrote in an email. "The police are investigating and the campaign staff is fully cooperating with the NYPD." Stringer's 2013[ campaign website](http://www.stringerforny.com/) lists the office as being at 40 Worth St. in Tribeca. He is running for mayor. A source who tipped me off to the break-in (but did not have direct knowledge of it) said that a couple of laptops had been stolen, but Gelman referred further questions to the NYPD. Obviously, anytime a campaign office is vandalized there is concern about sensitize information being disseminated. To read more from City & State [click here](http://www.cityandstateny.com).