North Carolina mall closed after reports of gunfire – local media By Reuters

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© Reuters. People running through Southpoint Mall after an indoor gunshot attack in Durham, North Carolina, United States on November 26, 2021 in this still image obtained from a social media video. APRIL RAPHIOU / via REUTERS MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY OF LATEONYA JENKINS

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(Reuters) – Police responded to reports of gunfire at a North Carolina shopping mall on Friday, locking customers inside stores while they investigate, local media reported.

No injuries were immediately reported.

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