ORLANDO, Fla. - South Daytona police are investigating after they said someone shot out a window at the Volusia County Republican Party headquarters office.
Police said a worker arrived Monday morning, saw the damage and called authorities.
Officials said at least four bullets went through the main windows of the building.
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"I'm angry. I'm mad. I mean, Ron DeSantis is coming here today. I don't know if they are trying to send a message to Ron but I've notified the campaign that we've had this incident here," said Tony Ledbetter, chairman of the Volusia County Republican Party.
Investigators said the incident wasn't recorded.
"There's no reason for this," Ledbetter said.
Police said they will increase patrols of both the Republican and Democratic offices in the city.
State rep Patrick Henry sent a statement condemning the shots fired at the Volusia Republican Headquarters pic.twitter.com/CqAZ6HJ6w0— Mike Springer WFTV (@mspringerwftv) October 29, 2018
No one was hurt. At least 4 bullets went through the windows pic.twitter.com/34a6MEthJR— Mike Springer WFTV (@mspringerwftv) October 29, 2018
South Daytona PD Investigating someone shooting the windows out at the Volusia County Republican Headquarters. Worker arrived and noticed the damage pic.twitter.com/3egfAMzqX4— Mike Springer WFTV (@mspringerwftv) October 29, 2018
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