Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nevada, announced Monday that an unidentified person had broken into his office on Sunday in order to leave a threatening note regarding the American Health Care Act.
The note warned Heller, who has not decided whether he will vote for or against the bill, according to NBC News, that the unidentified person would lose health insurance if the bill is passed, and suggested killing Heller if it did. The exact contents of the note have not been released.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department received notice from the security system around 9 a.m. Sunday, according to the Nevada Independent, that someone had broken into Heller’s office. Officers found no evidence that a burglary had taken place but found the note left for Heller near the door to his office, according to a police report of the incident.