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The Baltimore Police Department received a report of a burglary that took place at 3:40 a.m. Saturday.
Police on Thursday said it was unknown whether any property was taken.
The burglary took place just hours before President Donald Trump began a dayslong Twitter attack on the Maryland Democrat and the city of Baltimore that continues to dominate headlines and cause ripples in political circles.
State property records list the rowhouse as owned by the congressman and his wife, Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, chairwoman of the Maryland Democratic Party.
She did not immediately return messages Thursday afternoon.
Andy Eichar, the congressman’s press secretary, referred media questions to the city police, and said Cummings was unavailable for comment.
Cummings was in Baltimore last weekend — as he is most weekends — and attended his usual church services locally on Sunday.
The House is in recess this week and Cummings has been doing events in the district.
He was at Stadium Place on Thursday at an event in which he spoke to senior citizens.
Police said detectives from the Central District are investigating.
(The Baltimore Sun’s Tim Prudente contributed to this report.)
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