Investigative reporter John Solomon has written several articles detailing allegations of Biden family members, especially Hunter, enriching themselves through their proximity to the former vice president.
However, a portion of sensitive information about the Bidens previously in Solomon’s possession was stolen in what is being called a professional heist that the Secret Service is investigating.
The Western Journal reports:
The theft took place on Jan. 20, according to police reports obtained by RealClearInvestigations. Police suspect thieves used a sophisticated electronic device to enter Solomon’s parked car, stealing his laptop and computer bag without leaving any signs of forced entry.
Solomon’s car was parked only a few blocks away from the White House, one of the most secure locations in the world.
The thieves appear to have been focused solely on the laptop bag and computer, as Solomon claims cash inside the car was left untouched.
The day after the theft, authorities reportedly discovered Solomon’s gear dumped on a bench a block away. Worryingly, the thieves were able to find a rare dark spot — an area with no cameras — to assess their loot. Solomon said an iPod is still missing from his computer bag.
Experts are still trying to determine if Solomon’s hard drive was hacked.