Two New Hampshire men were arrested after a stray bullet went through the window of a Londonderry cafeteria where a woman was sitting.
Police say the room had been filled with employees of Highland Forwarding Company moments before the shooting and that a woman under three feet away from the window that was shot.
Officers say they heard more shots being fired when they were investigating. Michael Vinagro and Cameron Gromyko, both 24 and of Manchester, were found nearby and arrested.
According to police, the suspects had several guns, including an AK-47.
Vinagro and Gromyko were charged with reckless conduct and negligent discharge of a firearm. They were both held on $500 bail.
No one in the building was hurt, but the shot sent shattered glass from the window across the cafeteria.