WASHINGTON — New impeachment evidence released by House Democrats on Tuesday included texts sent between Connecticut congressional candidate Robert Hyde and Soviet-born businessman Lev Parnas in 2019.

It appears Hyde worked with Parnas to monitor the U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch’s movements in Ukraine, as a campaign unfolded to remove her from her post. The text suggest that Hyde worked with a Ukrainian team to track Yovanovitch, possibly with the goal of interfering with her work in some fashion.

“If you want her out, they need to make contact with security forces,” Hyde wrote to Parnas on March 26, 2019.

“They are willing to help if we/you would like a price,” Hyde wrote in one chilling message. “Guess you can do anything in the Ukraine with money... what I was told.”

Hyde did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tuesday.

Early in the text exchange, Hyde and Parnas shared many links to news articles about growing calls for Yovanovitch’s removal in March 2019. Hyde wrote to Parnas, “Wow. Can’t believe Trumo [sic] hasn’t fired this bitch. I’ll get right in [sic] that.”

Hyde and Parnas exchanged numerous messages about Yovanovitch’s precise whereabouts.

“She under heavy protection outside Kiev,” Hyde wrote to Parnas.

Two days later, he wrote to Parnas: “They are moving her tomorrow.”

Hyde followed up, “The guys over there asked me what I would like to do and what is in it for them.”

Then he provided more details about Yovanovitch’s movements, noting her computer was off and she was outside the embassy.

“They will let me know when she is on the move,” Hyde wrote.

Parnas responded, “Perfect.”