- Four people, including a gunman, were killed at an Indiana mall on Sunday evening.
- The man entered Greenwood Park Mall with rifles and several magazines of ammunition.
- On receiving information about the firing, the officials went to the mall around 6 pm.
Indiana Mall Shooting: Shootings have increased in the US, with another incident in a mall in Indiana, where a gunman opened fire on a crowd. A total of four people were killed in the incident, including the gunman, who was shot by an armed civilian, police said.
Greenwood Police Department Chief Jim Iason said the man entered the Greenwood Park mall with a rifle and several magazines of ammunition and opened fire at the food court. Two people were injured.
On receiving information about the firing, the officials went to the mall around 6 pm. Officers are searching the mall for any other victims, but believe the shooting was rooted in the food court.
Isan said the police seized a suspicious bag in a bathroom near the food court. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police and several other agencies are assisting with the investigation.
“We are deeply hurt by another such incident in our country,” said Indianapolis Assistant Police Chief Chris Bailey. He said there was no active threat to the area and that the police had at least one suspect. Officials said they would provide more details on Sunday night.
(with AP input)
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