Two men vandalized the Bakersfield, Calif., office of House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, the Republican lawmaker said in a social media post.

“Does anyone know these two guys? They threw a boulder thru our office window and took office equipment,” McCarthy said in an Instagram post Monday evening.

The photos depicted surveillance footage of the suspects and some of the damage done to the office space.

A spokesperson for McCarthy did not immediately respond to a request for comment from the Washington Examiner.

Several other political offices have been vandalized recently, including a Wyoming Republican Party office last month that was set ablaze. Additionally, an Illinois Republican Party office was vandalized late last month when the words “rape” and “shame” were painted on the outside of the office.

Democratic Sen. Mark Warner’s office in Roanoke, Va., was vandalized over the summer when a man threw a brick through the office’s glass door.

McCarthy hopes to succeed Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., who is not seeking re-election, as the next speaker of the House after the 2018 midterm elections.