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A bullet which hit the exterior window of the White House was stopped by ballistic glass, according to the US Secret Service. That bullet, and another which was found on the outside of the White House building, were recovered by the Secret Service on Tuesday.
Witnesses reported hearing gunfire on Friday, and seeing 2 vehicles speeding away from the scene. An AK-47 rifle was found.
An arrest warrant for Oscar Ortega-Hernandez has been issued in connection to the shooting.
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