Shot Fired Into Obama's Campaign Office in Denver 

Investigations over drive-by shooting at Obama's Colorado office are under way.

Colorado police today said an unknown person fired a shot into President Barack Obama’s downtown Denver reelection campaign office on Friday, shattering the window but not harming anyone, reported the Associated Press.

An investigation is under way. Police spokeswoman Raquel Lopez today said so far, investigators are "not saying it was politically motivated" but are examining "all motives," according to China's Xinhua.

Lopez said the police are not disclosing everything related to the case, but did confirm it was a single shot and said there were no known threats at the Denver office, reported Reuters.

The Obama campaign has declined to comment on the incident, which took place Oct. 12 at the campaign office on Denver's West Ninth Avenue, said AP.

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