The Eastland Center shopping mall near Detroit is on lockdown after shots were fired inside the premises, according to local media reports. Reuters
The Eastland Center shopping mall near Detroit has reopened after shots were fired inside the premises, according to local reports. Police are still in search of a shooter after locking down the mall following a smattering of gunfire inside. Few details are known, but WXYZ-TV in Harper Woods, Michigan, say local police have confirmed the incident and said no one was hurt.
The shopping center is located on 8 Mile and has nearly 100 stores, the station reported.
Jason Hammerle, a sergeant for the Harper Woods Police Department, told the Detroit Free Press that the suspect is believed to have fled the shopping complex.
Details about possible motives were not yet available.
Two people, a man and a woman, were shot at the same mall in August 2014. Their wounds were not fatal.
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