RICHMOND, Va. - A bullet was struck through a window at Virginia's Attorney General's office building Monday evening.
According to officials, Capitol Police were called to the Barbara Johns Building at 7:13 p.m., for a report of a bullet that may have been fired into the building from outside.
When officers arrived they found a bullet in a sixth-floor office. There was a small round hole near the top of a window.
Capitol Police are investigating the incident. As of now, they have not provided any additional details.