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Mall of America shooting: Police update media as search for suspect continues

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BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (FOX 9) - A shooting at Mall of America sent the mall into lockdown on Thursday afternoon, with police calling it an isolated incident.

As of 5:40 p.m. on Thursday, the mall was in the process of lifting the lockdown and police have secured the scene, Bloomington police said.

Once the lockdown is lifted, Mall of America will close for the evening, police said. The suspect in the shooting fled the mall on foot, police said, and officers are in the process of interviewing witnesses.

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