Police in Delaware are looking for the husband of a state senator who was caught on video taking down political signs put up by Republican challengers.

Middletown police reportedly have issued an arrest warrant for Dana Armon Long, the husband of state Sen. Bethany Hall-Long, for allegedly stealing campaign signs.

Police responded Wednesday following complaints about the repeated theft of the political signs.

In a video that was posted to YouTube on Wednesday, Long is shown carrying an armful of Republican signs. The takedown was filmed early Wednesday morning and was posted online. In the clip, which was taken over several hours, a man with a video camera appears to take Long by surprise.

The man videotaping Long asks him, “What are you doing this for?” to which Long replies, “Hey, don’t stop me."

Long did not comment on the allegations when contacted by the Delaware News Journal.

Both Republican and Democratic party leaders condemned the thefts on Wednesday.

"When you only have a track record of high taxes, unemployment and lower wages for private sector employees to stand on, the Democrats must resort to breaking the law to win elections because they are scared of being held accountable for their dismal performance," John Fluharty, executive director of the state GOP, said in a written statement to the newspaper.

John Daniello, chairman of the state Democratic Party, said in a statement that, "Each campaign season, we deal with candidates removing their opponent's signs. This behavior is absolutely unacceptable. There are more positive ways in which to support your candidate regardless of party affiliation."

If he’s found guilty of the Class A misdemeanor, Long could spend up to a year in prison and face a $2,300 fine.