One person has been confirmed dead and two others injured in a shooting incident that occurred in an outdoor shopping center in Prince George's County, Maryland.
Police authorities have confirmed the killing of an individual in a tragic shooting that took place in a shopping center in Prince George's County in Maryland. The incident reportedly took place on Thursday evening close to a Silver Diner located in Woodmore Towne Centre.
City of Glenarden Police Chief Philip O'Donnell revealed two others sustained injuries from the shooting, which investigations revealed took place between two individuals firing shots at each other.
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The police chief explained that further investigations are being carried out, and the department is yet to figure out the reason for the shootings, although it has been confirmed that both parties fled on foot before the cops arrived.
One individual succumbed to his bullet wounds in the hospital where he was being treated. Another individual sustained life-threatening injuries, and the third is expected to make a full recovery.
Investigations are still ongoing, and people with vital information are to call the Pleasanton Police Department.
Silver Diner released a statement in the aftermath of the incident to reassure the public that their guests were safe following the shooting. The diner revealed that they were shocked and saddened by the shooting. It Is yet to be known if the diner has any ties with the shooting.
None of the suspect and the victim have been identified, and an arrest is yet to be made. Prince George's County police will take over the investigation. More details will be given to the public following the investigations.
In another story, Police officers in Pleasanton investigated the reports of a series of gunshots in a parking lot at the Stoneridge Shopping Center. Police officers confirmed that there was a bullet-ridden vehicle in one of the parking lots.
Authorities later received information that a subject had entered the mail and escaped through the exit door. By the time officers arrived at the scene, there was no trace of any subject around.
Police officers thoroughly combed the area for any evidence, and it has been confirmed that no injuries were reported. However, investigations are still ongoing, and people with vital information are to call the Pleasanton Police Department at (925) 931-5100.
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