Clive Palmer is ropeable his yet-to-be released election advertisements have been stolen in a Brisbane robbery.

Clive Palmer is furious thieves have stolen his party’s election advertisements in a Brisbane robbery.

Mr Palmer said there was a break-in late Wednesday at Coroneo and Co, the advertising firm he uses in Brisbane.

He said the Palmer United Party’s yet-to-be released policy advertisements for the Western Australia Senate election rerun and Tasmanian state election were targeted in the raid.

“The Palmer United Party continues to be targeted by illegal and dirty-handed tactics,” the Queensland MP said in a statement, referring to misplaced votes in the Fairfax seat recount and WA Senate election recount.

Mr Palmer has rushed back to Queensland from Canberra, where he had been attending federal parliament, to assess the situation.

A spokesman from Queensland Police told AAP the robbery happened between 6pm (AEST) on Wednesday and 3am on Thursday morning.

Police said three computers were stolen.

There’s been no arrests so far.