Southern States Violent Crime

Mass Shooting at Atlanta Shopping Mall, Suspects at Large

Mass Shooting at Atlanta Shopping Mall, Suspects at Large

Mass Shooting at Atlanta Shopping Mall, Suspects at Large

Mass Shooting at Atlanta Shopping Mall, Suspects at Large

Authorities confirmed that four people were shot in the Cumberland Mall incident on Tuesday.

According to the Cobb County Police Department, one 18-year-old, two 19-year-olds, and one elementary-aged child were all taken to the hospital in stable condition for gunshot wounds.

The victims were shot in the leg, foot, and back.

The investigation is still going on and anyone with information is asked to contact Cobb County Police at 770-499-3945.

Original story below:

Two people – an elementary school-aged child and a man – were shot Tuesday evening at Cumberland Mall, police confirm. Officers are investigating what happened.

According to Cobb County Police, the shooting appears to be “the aftermath” of a confrontation between at least two parties in separate vehicles.

Cobb County Police spokesman Wayne Delk said it appears both of those parties have already left the mall area. Police did not offer a description of those vehicles. It’s also unclear where exactly on the mall property the shooting happened.

Police tape has a portion of the parking lot blocked off, and just around 8:15 p.m. 11Alive photojournalist Tyson Paul reported that authorities hauled off what appeared to be a white SUV from the scene. It’s unclear how that vehicle was involved in the shooting.

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