DURHAM, N.C. — The Streets at Southpoint Mall reopened Saturday at 11 a.m. following a shooting that left multiple people injured, according to a report from WRAL.
Three people, including a 10-year-old, were shot at the mall in Durham Friday afternoon, WRAL confirmed. The 10-year-old was hurt from a bullet ricochet, according to WRAL, and their injuries are believed to be non-life-threatening.
Just before 3:30 p.m., off-duty officers with the Durham Police Department called for backup after hearing shots fired inside The Streets at Southpoint Mall.
Police confirmed to local media the mall was placed on lockdown as law enforcement responded to the situation. Part of the mall has been closed until further notice.
WRAL confirmed an additional three people were injured during the evacuation of the mall. Durham Police Chief Patrice Andrews said the shooting as never considered an active shooter situation.
Police confirmed to local media that one person was in custody following the shooting. A preliminary investigation found that the shooting was between two groups who knew each other.
Police were seen escorting remaining shoppers out of the mall.
“The situation is still fluid, but of course we’re all deeply, deeply concerned," Councilman Mark-Anthony Middleton told WRAL. "This is Black Friday. This is a huge shopping day. We know a lot of people are out after the holiday trying to do shopping.”
Previously, police were called to the mall on Oct. 24 for reports of shots fired after a large fight broke out in the mall's food court.
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