# Momentum in static electric field

I know that a static electric field can store energy (which is proportional to $E^2$). I also know that if you have both electric and magnetic fields, linear and angular momenta will be stored in the fields (both of which can be acquired using the Poynting vector). But, my question is can a static electric field (with no magnetic field present) store linear momentum?

Thanks

As the momentum density is proportional to $\vec{E} \times \vec{B}$, if the magnetic field is zero, so is the momentum density.