- Associated Press - Tuesday, December 1, 2015

ROGERS CITY, Mich. (AP) - A prosecutor in Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula says someone broke into a locked file cabinet in his office containing documents and audio related to alleged law enforcement corruption.

Presque Isle County Prosecutor Richard Steiger says in a statement Tuesday that the apparent breach of security was discovered the morning of Nov. 24.

Steiger says it’s not immediately known what, if anything, was taken. He says there was no sign of forced entry into the office and the file cabinet was the only thing tampered with. He says he wants security cameras installed in his office as a precaution.

Police in Rogers City were called to investigate and Steiger says another law enforcement agency likely will be asked to handle the investigation.

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