No evidence was found that a hole in an office window on the fourth floor of the Pratt County Courthouse was caused by a bullet.

Investigation Thursday into a hole in an office window in the Pratt County Courthouse resulted in no evidence that a bullet made the hole.

City and county law enforcement officers searched the office on the fourth floor after a small hole was discovered in the window. After a thorough examination of the room, some pieces of glass were found in the carpet but no evidence was that a bullet made the hole was found, said Pratt County Undersheriff Jimmy White.

The window had blinds and no holes or damage was found there. It is unknown exactly when the hole was made but the office is cleaned on Fridays so it happened sometime between then and Thursday when the hole was discovered, White said.