City officials said there was nothing political about a weekend burglary in which two computers were stolen from the mayor's and commissioners' offices in City Hall's sixth floor.
Mostly, because one of the parties involved includes, well, a tiny dog.
"Based on what we have heard so far, we're not talking about a potential Harrison Ford movie," joked Commissioner Angelo Castillo. "I don't think we are ready to blame the Kremlin."

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According to police and city officials, a man wearing black pants and a plaid shirt seen on surveillance video walked the halls ofPembroke Pines Municipal Center about 12:45 p.m. Saturday. Police said the facility was open for a weekend function at the time. The man is caught on cameras taking the elevators up to the sixth floor where the mayor and commissioners share an office area.
Assistant City Manager Aner Gonzalez said a desktop computer was taken from a secretary's cubicle and a second computer was stolen from a desk shared by clerks. Gonzalez said all the city's computers are connected to a central server and any potential access to sensitive information would've been lost once the computers were disconnected.
Officials speculate the thief wasn't targeting what was on the computers, but rather the machines themselves.
"They were two of the newest models we recently upgraded to," said Castillo.
Another camera in a stairwell later taped the man hauling the two desktop computers down the steps. A woman carrying a toy breed dog in her arms helped prop open the stairwell door.
The thieves may have used a tan or gold sedan to make their getaway.
Police ask anyone with information regarding the incident to call Broward Crime Stoppers, anonymously, at 954-493-8477.
Staff writer Ariel Barkhurst contributed to this report. or 954-356-4605