Looks Like Someone Shot a Window at Obama’s Denver Campaign Offices

Police are pursuing leads.

obamadenverwindow Looks Like Someone Shot a Window at Obamas Denver Campaign Offices


As the march toward November 6th intensifies, things might get weird. For example: someone apparently fired a shot into President Barack Obama’s campaign headquarters in Denver Colorado on Friday afternoon, shattering a large window.

The Denver Post reports the incident occurred around 3 p.m. There were people in the offices at the time but no injuries were reported.

A reporter for Denver’s alt-weekly Westword tweeted a photo of the shattered window and his puzzled comment:

Denver police spokesperson Raquel Lopez told local media that police were searching for a “vehicle of interest” and reviewing any available video surveillance of the scene.

The Obama-Biden campaign has yet to comment on the incident.

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