A bullet was found at Comstock Hall which is one of University of Minnesota's residence halls on Nov., 15.
A stray bullet broke a window at the residence hall but no one was harmed, according to the Minnesota Daily.
A university studnet was woken up due to a noise around 4 a.m., and the student found a hole in the south window of dorm room, according to the Minnesota Daily.
Deputy chief of the Univeristy Police Department, Chuck Miner, told to the Star Tribune that the bullet was fired from far distance and it was not targeted someone or residence hall.
The Minnesota Daily reported that University police announced the bullet broke two panels of glass and the investigation is on progess.