The Flint Police Department is investigating a suspected break-in at the Mayor's Office in Flint City Hall.

According to a news release, an employee discovered an unfamiliar man walking down the hall of the Mayor's executive suite. When asked what he was doing there, he had no answers and was escorted out. When officers arrived they checked a back door and found evidence of forced entry. Police are reviewing footage from security cameras hoping to identify the suspect.

Police Chief Tim Johnson said "this is why we are providing security for the Mayor. Her safety is just as important as any other citizens' in Flint. There is a lot going on in Flint and around the country, and we must do everything we can to make sure our Mayor is safe."

Weaver was informed of the incident after the situation was under control and says it's disturbing. "We have no idea who this person is, or what his intentions were. I feel threatened and I hope police catch him and anyone else who may have been involved soon."

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