A NORTH Carolina shopping mall has been placed on lockdown following reports of an active shooter.
Police raced to the Palladium Shopping Center in High Point at around 10:45pm on Sunday night following reports of shots fired.
Guilford County EMS wrote in a Facebook post that EMS and law enforcement were responding to an “evolving incident” around the Palladium.
An update from 11pm said the incident had been "stabilized."
A spokesperson for the police department told WFMY that two vehicles had been hit with gunshots in the parking lot of the mall.
Authorities have not provided any information regarding suspects at the time.
It's also unclear if anyone was harmed.
Police have asked the public to avoid the area.
More to follow…
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