Gunfire Shatters Doors, Windows At Suge's Death Row Offices

Police don't have any suspects yet in early-morning shooting.

The offices of Suge Knight's Death Row record label were riddled with bullets Tuesday morning.

The shots were fired around 2:30 a.m. at Death Row's office on Wilshire Blvd in Los Angeles, and police said they don't have any suspects yet. A security guard in the lobby said he ducked when he heard the gunfire and did not see who was shooting at the building.

Seven bullets shattered two glass doors and five tinted glass windows. No one was harmed. A spokesperson for the LAPD said they didn't have too many leads.

"We've got a lot of artists, like Crooked I, Eastwood and Kurupt, that are currently working on new albums," Knight said in a statement issued Tuesday afternoon. "And because of the hype and media attention associated with these two projects, there have been a lot of girls flocking to them at the studio and at the clubs. The crime was probably committed by a jealous boyfriend or a jealous husband."