The Wichita office of Kansans for Life was burglarized over the weekend, the anti-abortion group said Wednesday.
Seven computers, a computer router, a postage scale and an antique item valued at $500 that had been donated for a silent auction were taken, the organization said in an email to supporters. A window was also smashed.
The computers didn’t contain significant or private data, it said.
“We had already been making plans to update our computers, and of course this need has become much more urgent. We are checking in to security systems to prevent this from happening again, but of course, security systems cost money too,” the email said.
Kansans for Life director Mary Kay Culp didn’t immediately respond to a call.
Wichita police’s daily media report said suspects are unknown.
Contributing: Nicole Manna of The Eagle