WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two bullets that hit the White House, one a window and the other the building's exterior, have been found, the Secret Service said on Wednesday. No one was hurt in the shooting. The rounds may have been fired during a shooting on Friday night near the White House, but the two incidents have not been conclusively connected. One of the bullets broke a window but was stopped by protective ballistic glass behind the executive mansion's historic external glass, said Secret Service spokesman Edwin Donovan. The other round was found outside the building.