ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) - Authorities set up a perimeter around several buildings at Dell's Round Rock campus Monday night after a witness said he saw someone with a gun riding a bicycle in one of the building's parking lots.
Round Rock police said they were called to the campus around 9:30 p.m. for a report of shots being fired.
When officers got there, they discovered that one of the building's first-floor break room glass had been broken.
No one was injured, and it's not clear how many shots were actually fired.
Austin Police Department's helicopter helped with the search.
A spokesperson with Dell said an unknown individual fired gun shots at the east side of RR 7, breaking three windows. Building 8 was cordoned off as well because the two buildings are connected.
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