Reports of gunfire fired at a Florida shopping center on Sunday afternoon sent people who ran and a police tactics team to search the area.
Boca Raton police were called to Boca Town Center Mall around 4:00 pm. According to reports, shots were fired from within.
On Twitter, the police said that it was not an active shooting situation and that they were conducting a search of the mall.
According to the Palm Beach Post, one person in the Boca police has not yet confirmed the validity of the report.
A viewer posted a video on Twitter showing armed officers coming to the mall carrying weapons under investigation. There were no immediate reports of injuries.
El Paso Mayor calls Walmart Shooter in an interview with Fox News Sunday on a video of shoppers standing in the parking lot following the madness stream to escape the area. She wrote that one of the men in the crowd was trampled and needed medical attention when the police put on bulletproof vests to prepare for the raid. and immediately started running. Nobody could give an official report on what actually happened.
Federal agents of Miami's Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) are also on their way to the scene to assist and support local officials.
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The Boca Raton Police Department did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for a comment.