Police in Manchester, New Hampshire, say an apartment building has been struck by gunshots, the second time in nearly three weeks.
No one was hurt. Four people were inside the residence at the time.
Police said they found several spent shell casings in front of the West Street building when they responded at about 4 a.m. Wednesday. They found three bullet holes inside of the first-floor apartment, and one that damaged a car belonging to a second-floor resident. One bullet entered the kitchen area and damaged a piece of pottery.
Police are asking for the public's help on information related to the case.
On May 20, police said the first-floor apartment had damage from bullets. No one was hurt in that incident, either.