Car hits Labor MP Butler's Brisbane office

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A car has crashed into federal Labor MP Terri Butler's electorate office as the campaign heats up in the south Brisbane seat.

The vehicle ploughed into the front of the Griffith MP's office on Old Cleveland Road, Greenslopes, just after 1pm on Thursday.

The crash broke the front door frames and shattered windows, leaving glass fragments scattered over the carpet inside the office.

The car was driven off and the driver is yet to be found.

"Thanks for your concern, everyone," Ms Butler tweeted.

"We don't know the condition or whereabouts of the driver."

Police are investigating whether the crash was deliberate or not.

Labor leader Anthony Albanese, on the campaign trail on the NSW South Coast, said he had spoken to Ms Butler and the circumstances of the crash were still unclear.

"It's good news though, that no one of Terri's staff or indeed anyone who is in the vicinity of what is a very busy precinct has been hurt," he told reporters on Thursday.

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