Teenager dead after shooting prompts lockdown at Mall of America

Bloomington Police Chief Booker Hodges says around 7:50 p.m., officers tuned in releases on the essential floor of Nordstrom. There were 16 officers working inside the shopping center at the time of the shooting. Hodges says it appears up there was a physical quarrel prior to the shooting counting wherever between 5-9 people. Police have not captured anyone in affiliation to the shooting. "Usually reasonable flat-out incompetent," Hodges said. "We are pointing to capture you [the suspects], we're going to to jolt you up." Recordings posted on social media appear clients covering up in stores. Many recordings show up clients running for cover after a uproarious impact is tuned in. One bystander's coat was touched by a bullet. This is often the minute lockdown Shopping center of America has gone on this year--shots ended outside the Nike store affected a lockdown in Famous.

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