MANCHESTER, N.H. — Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul's New Hampshire campaign office was broken into Tuesday night, according to his campaign.

The burglary occurred some time between 11 p.m. Tuesday and 7 a.m. Wednesday morning, according to Matt Chisolm, Paul's communications director in the Granite State.

"The perpetrator stole four iPads, two laptops, and two cellular phones along with multiple smaller consumer electronics," Chisolm told the Washington Examiner, noting that local law enforcement authorities have yet to identify a suspect.

Chisolm said voters can rest assured knowing that "no voter data was compromised" during the incident. Paul's campaign has been collecting information about New Hampshire voters since the Kentucky senator launched his White House bid in early April.

According to the Manchester Police Department, the thieves gained access to the campaign headquarters after breaking down a door.

Paul spent most of Tuesday campaigning in Iowa before returning to Washington, D.C., Wednesday for Senate business. He will return to the Hawkeye State Wednesday evening to continue prepping for tomorrow night's GOP primary debate in Des Moines.