Shot fired at Denver Obama campaign office

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A shot fired at Obama's campaign office in Denver, Colo., Friday afternoon resulted in no injuries.
According to The Denver Post, the shot was fired at 3 p.m. and people were inside the office, but no one was injured by the single shot.
Raquel Lopez, spokeswoman for the Denver police reported to CNN that police do not have a detailed description of a suspect, but they do have a possible "vehicle of interest." According to the Denver Post, detectives are reviewing tape recordings of the incident and specific vehicle information cannot be released.
According to CNN, the Secret Service has not been involved in the investigation. The Obama re-election campaign also declined to comment on the incident.

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