Pima County's Public Service Center sustained more than $15,000 in damage after police and county officials believe windows were shot with a pellet or a BB gun, according to a news release from Pima County.
County officials say on the night of January 17-18, several windows were damaged on the north side of the new public service center.
No one was hurt in the incident.
The center houses the County Assessor. Treasurer, Recorder and the county's Consolidated Justice Courts.
Lisa Josker, the County Facilities Management Director said it will take six to eight weeks for the new glass to be installed by the subcontractor that did the glass work for the building which opened in 2015.
Tucson police are asking anyone with information on this incident to call 88-CRIME.