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Possible reports of an ‘active shooter’ at the Victor Valley Mall movie theater in Victorville, California spook workers

THE Victor Valley shopping mall is said to have been locked down due to a possible shooting in action.

Moviegoers and staff have locked the doors but it appears the incident is over but customers are still not allowed to leave the premises.

Victor Valley Shopping Center is locked due to possible active shooting

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Victor Valley Shopping Center is locked due to possible active shootingCredit: Victor Valley Mall / Facebook

According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Public Safety Officer, shots were fired outside the mall.

Gloria Huerta, Public Information Officer, said: “Nobody was shot, deputies are at the scene. “The investigation is still very active.

One person at the movie theater tweeted that their colleague in another area of ​​the mall had locked themselves in the back of the store and barricaded the front door.

“The theater I’m at is on lockdown. I’m scared of what it might happen,” they tweeted.

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