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Multiple people are dead, and others are injured following a shooting at a shopping mall in the suburbs of Indianapolis, according to local reports.
Officers responded to a call regarding an active shooter at the Greenwood Park Mall in Greenwood, Indiana just after 6 p.m.
Investigators on the scene of the crime.
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Emergency services arrived on the scene while law enforcement officers worked to secure the scene.
Several people – including the suspected shooter – were killed and several others were wounded, FOX 59 reported, citing police.
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Police gather outside a Dick’s Sporting Goods.
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Indianapolis police and other law enforcement agencies were assisting the Greenwood police with clearing out the mall and clearing the scene. Police later said there was no ongoing threat.
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Fox News has reached out to the Greenwood Police Department seeking more information.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
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