Developing story out of New Hampshire. An armed man claiming to have a bomb strapped to his body has taken at least two campaign volunteers hostage at a Hillary Clinton presidential campaign office in Rochester. The hostage-taker is reportedly demanding to speak with the senator, who was not in the office or in New Hampshire at the time.
Here is a description of the situation from one employee who apparently was released: "A young woman with a 6-month or 8-month-old infant came rushing into the store just in tears, and she said, 'You need to call 911. A man has just walked into the Clinton office, opened his coat and showed us a bomb strapped to his chest with duct tape," witness Lettie Tzizik said.
UPDATE: Clinton, who is in Washington DC, canceled her speech to the Democratic National Commitee after news of the NH situation broke.
UPDATE 2: At 1430est, CNN's Kyra Phillips reports the SWAT Team has made contact with the hostage taker who has released at least one hostage.
UPDATE 3: The New York Times reports traction on the identity of the suspect: "Rodney Doherty, editor of Foster’s Daily Democrat, the major newspaper in the Rochester area, said in an interview at 3:15 p.m. that his reporters had yet to confirm the identity of the hostage-taker, but that they were pursuing one particular lead. 'We’re focused in on a fellow who has been a problem in the past,' Mr. Doherty said."