HARRISBURG, Pa (CBS) —  Attorney General Josh Shapiro’s office has joined the investigation of an incident involving a Republican state Senator who’s running for governor – and an unwelcome videographer.

Numerous reports say York County Republican Senator Scott Wagner, who is seeking the GOP nomination to challenge incumbent Democratic Governor Tom Wolf, confiscated the camera of a campaign video tracker who was recording him as he spoke to an estate planning group at a country club of which he is a member.

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Video of the incident, which occurred last week, has been posted online.

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Now, the York County District Attorney has asked state Attorney General Josh Shapiro’s office to get involved.

Shapiro’s spokesman says the AG’s office has received a referral letter from the York County DA, and that the attorney general’s office will work with local police.

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The DA had told the York Daily Record he would refer the case, saying that he’s known Wagner for 35 years.