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Police hunt gunman after North Carolina mall shooting

DEVELOPING: Gunfire caused panic, though apparently no injuries, during a bustling mall in Raleigh, N.C. Saturday afternoon.

Police and puncture crew were called to a Crabtree Valley Mall during around 2:45 p.m. internal time. Almost dual hours later, a Raleigh Police Department pronounced officers had not located anyone with gunshot wounds and no one was in custody.

Authorities told Fox News that several people were trampled when shoppers fled a mall after a shots were fired. WTVD reported that during slightest one chairman was taken from a area on a stretcher. 

Antonio Richardson, who owns a wardrobe store in a mall, told a Associated Press that that he was hire during a opening to his store when he saw dual group who seemed to be in their early 20s arguing in a food court. 

Richardson pronounced he saw one of them lift out a gun and start shooting. As he was using away, he pronounced he listened as many as 4 shots.

Witness Mark Rush told a hire that he was walking out of a dungeon phone appendage store when he listened “about 5 or six” shots. He pronounced a shooter was “10 or 15 feet” divided and was carrying a handgun. 

Rush pronounced he and his family managed to get out safely. 

Video posted on amicable media showed congregation using out of a store exit.

John Riggleman and Kristin Warring told AP that they were streamer to a video diversion store when they listened a shots. They ran into a store with dozens of others before a doors of a mall were locked.

Warring pronounced she after listened an additional array of shots.

Police told them they could leave a store during about 3 p.m.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.


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