Published: 21:31 BST, 12 September 2020 | Updated: 22:52 BST, 12 September 2020
At least one person has been killed by a gunman after shots were reported fired inside an Indiana mall on Saturday after footage showed terrified shoppers sprinting away.
Frantic calls flooded into the Mishawaka Police Department just before 3pm as residents reported a shooting at University Park Mall.
St. Joseph County Coroner Michael McGann confirmed on Saturday evening that one person had been killed but no other details were available, the South Bend Tribune reported.
As of 3:45pm, police said the incident was no longer an active shooter situation and that they were searching for a suspect.
Footage taken by a witness at University Park Mall shows a crowd of people screaming as they run towards the exit doors.
Footage taken by a witness at University Park Mall in Mishawaka, Indiana, shows shoppers sprinting out of the exit doors after shots were fired
The woman who posted the video claimed her younger sister was at the mall when two shots went off.
There is no official word on injuries, but one Indiana journalist and witnesses reported that a person was shot.
She, her family, and about 35 others rushed into the store’s back room before eventually emerging after the danger had apparently passed.
There is no official word on injuries, but one Indiana journalist and witnesses reported that a person was shot
St. Joseph County Metro Homicide has taken over the investigation and authorities were at the scene at University Park Mall (pictured)
DailyMail.com has reached out to the Mishawaka Police Department and St. Joseph County Metro Homicide to confirm.
St. Joseph County Metro Homicide has taken over the investigation, and the mall has been evacuated as a precaution.
Mishawaka is a town that neighbors South Bend. It is located about 150 miles north of Indianapolis.
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