Kevin McCarthy on Social Media Hunt for Rock-Throwing Suspects

Window in House majority leader’s Bakersfield office shattered

A large rock was thrown though the window of House Majority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s office in Bakersfield, California, on Monday. (Sarah Silbiger/CQ Roll Call file photo)

A large slab of rock was thrown through the window of House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s district office in Bakersfield Monday — and he’s hitting social media to find the culprits.

The California Republican posted security camera photos of two men on social media along with a photo of a rock about the size of a backpack surrounded by shattered glass on the floor of the offices.

“Does anyone know these two guys?” McCarthy asked his followers.

According to an Instagram post by McCarthy, his office window was broken with a “boulder” and office equipment was stolen. Bakersfield Police Department did not immediately respond to request for comment.

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