Several shots were fired at the National Museum of the Marine Corps building in Triangle, Virginia, the FBI said October 29. No injuries were reported. It is the second time the Marine Corps museum has been fired upon in recent days. In addition, the Pentagon and a vacant Marine Corps Recruiting Station in Virginia also were shot at recently. All the previous shots came from the same weapon, authorities said. The latest incident occurred October 28, a spokeswoman at the National Museum of the Marine Corps said, noting no one was in the building at the time. Bullet holes were found in the glass and metal structure of the building but not inside, she said. The museum was closed early October 29 while the investigation continued, the spokeswoman said, adding it would remain closed the rest of the day.