A bullet that pierced the sixth-floor window of the Virginia attorney general's office in Richmond is being investigated by state Capitol Police.
Police were notified Monday evening about a bullet on the sixth floor of the Barbara Johns Building, where a small round hole was discovered at the top of a window, police spokesman Joe Macenka told the Washington Examiner.
"There is no indication that this incident was targeted at the OAG specifically or any individual employee," Chief Deputy Attorney General Chuck Slemp told the attorney general's office in an email.
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Housekeeping staff found the bullet on the sixth floor, where the attorney general and other state officials have their offices, the attorney general's office said, according to WRIC.
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Attorney General Jason Miyares has not acknowledged the discovery of the bullet on social media as of Tuesday afternoon.