Shots fired at a Florida mall on Sunday afternoon sent fleeing men and a police tactical team to search the area.
Boca Raton police officers were called to the Boca mall downtown at 4:00 pm.
On Twitter, police said no firing was active and that they were searching the mall.
According to the Palm Beach Post, one man was shot in the area, but police in Boca have not yet confirmed the validity of the report.
A viewer posted a video on Twitter showing armed officers approaching the mall with their weapons ready for investigation. There are no immediate reports of injuries.
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Several witnesses told WSNV that they heard what sounded like a firearm coming from a food court area, ie. and immediately started running. No one can provide a formal account of what actually happened.
Authorities instructed observers to avoid the mall area until it was cleared and did not designate a specific area for media members to cover the history of the earth. The whole city center is already in a closed area .
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The Boca Raton Police Department did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News.