At least four shots were fired into a Republican Party office in South Daytona, Florida, in recent days, local law enforcement said Monday.

There were no injuries, police Capt. Mark Cheatham told the Orlando Sentinel, but the office’s front window was shattered and there was some damage to the drywall inside the building.

Cheatham said the incident happened between Sunday afternoon and Monday morning.

“Glad everyone at the Volusia County Republican headquarters is okay and that no one was inside when the shooting happened. Violence of any kind does not belong in our state and I appreciate law enforcement's quick response to keep these Floridians safe,” tweeted Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who is running for U.S. Senate.

The incident follows other violent attacks across the country over the last week.

Gregory Bush is charged with killing two black people at a grocery store in Kentucky after he tried to enter a black church on Wednesday. On Friday, Cesar Sayoc Jr. was arrested and charged with five federal crimes in connection with several prominent Democrats and CNN being mailed pipe bombs. On Saturday, Robert Bowers was arrested after a mass shooting at Pittsburgh synagogue left 11 people dead.