The New York City penthouse of Paul Manafort’s former banker, David Fallarino, was burglarized in the early hours of Tuesday morning, WNBC reports. Fallarino, a loan officer at Citizens Bank, was reportedly at home when the burglars entered his home and took a briefcase, an iPad, and a pair of sneakers. Fallarino reportedly told authorities that he left the terrace door of his penthouse open before going to sleep. He heard a noise at around 1:30 a.m., and found a crowbar on the terrace and a wine bottle on the floor. Two of Fallarino’s assistants testified at Manafort’s Virginia trial, where the former Trump campaign chairman was found guilty on eight of the 18 counts against him. According to Reuters, Manafort received loans from Citizens Bank, including a $3.4 million loan in 2016. He allegedly attempted to get another $5.5 million loan by lying on a loan application. Fallarino has not been charged with any crimes in relation to Manafort.