Black Friday shooting as gunman opens fire at New Jersey shopping centre, injuring one
A SHOOTER opened fire at a New Jersey mall during Black Friday sales, injuring at least one man.
Customers streamed out of Jersey Gardens shopping centre after the drama at 1am this morning.
Shoppers run for their lives after a gunman injured one man after a shooting at a New Jersey mall
A man was shot in the wrist in the hallway near the Marshall’s and Tommy Hilfiger shops.
The mall was evacuated after the shooting, Mayor Chris Bollwage said.
Terrifying footage taken by customers show people, including a dad holding his tiny baby, running for their lives.
The victim’s condition was not immediately clear, but local reports said he was “expected to survive.”
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The shooting happened at the Jersey Gardens shopping centre
Police said they are yet to make any arrests.
Mayor Bollwage tweeted: “There was an incident earlier this evening at The Mills at Jersey Gardens.
“A male was shot in the wrist between the hallway of Tommy Hilfiger and Marshall’s.
“No suspect has been apprehended and the victim is not cooperating on identifying the suspect.”
He added: “Police are reviewing camera footage. The mall has been evacuated and all shoppers are out.
“No one is in danger at the moment.”
Shoppers were stuck in shops as automatic shutters came down.
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Many took to social media to post videos and pictures of the fall-out.
On Black Friday, retail prices heavily decrease for 24 hours in an attempt to get people to splash the cash in the run-up to Christmas.
In the States customers often queue for hours, even days to get their hands on the best bargains.
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