Seven pistol rounds were fired at the West Deptford Township, N.J., police station at about 4:05 a.m. Tuesday in what police say appears to be a drive-by shooting.
An officer inside the station heard the gunfire outside, according to authorities. He cautiously went outside and went around the building to see five rounds had hit the front door. One round hit the north-facing wall of the building, where police cars are parked.
The seventh round went through the window of Deputy Chief Sean McKenna's office, NJ.com reports.
No one was injured.
Security video shows a black sedan speeding through the parking lot twice, but police have not yet determined if the shots were fired on the first pass or the second, said authorities.