RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The Latest on reports of gunfire that sent dozens fleeing from a busy North Carolina shopping mall. Police are investigating whether any shots were fired in the Saturday incident. (all times local):
A North Carolina mall where shoppers fled after reports of gunfire on Saturday is reopening for business.
The Crabtree Valley Mall in Raleigh posted on its website that it is open from noon until 7 p.m. on Sunday. The site said that people who rushed from the mall leaving personal belongings behind on Saturday afternoon could claim them in the mall's community room beginning at noon.
Police are investigating after reports of gunfire sent shoppers running from the mall or led them to hide inside stores on Saturday.
But police say they found no gunshot victims or spent casings from bullets.
Police are investigating witness reports of gunfire that sent shoppers inside a busy North Carolina mall running in fear or hiding inside stores, as authorities say they haven't confirmed what actually happened.
Pandemonium erupted Saturday afternoon and after several shoppers said they heard what sounded like gunfire inside Crabtree Valley Mall in Raleigh.
But police say they found no gunshot victim or shell casings from spent bullets.
Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown told reporters "we are looking at all possibilities."
Video posted on social media sites shows dozens of people running toward mall exit doors as numerous screams were heard. Eight people ranging in age from 10 to 70 were transported to hospitals for treatment of minor injuries suffered as they rushed to leave the mall, the police chief said.