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Love Calls Police After Photos Taken of Children

Car approached her house with a picture saying ‘where's your congresswoman?’

Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, and her husband have three children. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)
Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, and her husband have three children. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Rep. Mia Love and her husband called police on Monday after people were spotted taking photos of her children and home from vehicles.

 

The Utah Republican posted on her Facebook page that her family had contacted Saratoga Springs police, KSL reported.

 

“We have pictures of the vehicles that have been spotted and we have given those pictures to the police. Please look out for each other and our children. If you see someone suspicious, call 911 immediately,” she wrote.

 

She tweeted a similar message.

The call came after a car was spotted in her neighborhood on Monday with a photo on it saying “Where’s your Congresswoman?”

 

A Saratoga Springs spokesman said police were looking into the matter but couldn’t comment on an active investigation. The congresswoman was returning to Washington and couldn’t be reached, the KSL reported.

 

Love’s office told the Salt Lake City outlet that Capitol Police in Washington had been notified about the incidents.

 

Love and her husband Jason have two daughters and a son.

 

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