Live Updates: One person in custody after reports of shooting at Boise mall

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imageNew Updates 9:42 PM Suspect hospitalized in critical condition The suspect was injured during the shooting and is now hospitalized in critical condition, the city of Boise said Monday night.The suspect has not been named, and the city did not provide additional information on the nature of their injuries.

The officer who was injured has been treated and released from the hospital, the city said.

By Victoria Albert https://www.cbsnews.com/live-updates/boise-mall-shooting-reported-idaho/#post-update-ad5f65ba link copied 9:21 PM “It seemed like it went on forever” Diane Green, a resident, told the Idaho Statesmen that she was inside the mall’s Apple store when she heard a “horrible crashing sound.” Everyone inside took shelter there for about two hours, she said.

“It was like a metal window had blown in and it was echoing throughout the mall,” Green told the publication.”Most of us there were startled at first, and then right away we heard five to six gunshots, just pow pow pow, extremely loud.”

“It seemed like it went on forever,” she added.”It was exhausting.(But) I felt reassured by everyone there.”

By Justin Carissimo https://www.cbsnews.com/live-updates/boise-mall-shooting-reported-idaho/#post-update-8248322a link copied 7:39 PM / October 25, 2021 Mall will be closed Tuesday out of “respect for our community” Brookfield Properties, which owns the mall where the shooting occurred, said the Boise Towne Square would close Tuesday out of “respect for our community.”

“We are heartbroken and are working closely with the Boise Police Department as they investigate the circumstances that led to this terrible tragedy,” the company said in a statement, adding, “This is devastating for our entire community, and our thoughts are with the victims’ family and friends during this unimaginable time.”

By Victoria Albert https://www.cbsnews.com/live-updates/boise-mall-shooting-reported-idaho/#post-update-115f60d6 link copied 7:15 PM / October 25, 2021 Idaho governor condemns “unthinkable” shooting Idaho Governor Brad Little said Monday that the victims of the “unthinkable” shooting were in his prayers.

“Idahoans are deeply appreciative of our brave men and women of law enforcement and our first responders,” he tweeted.

By Victoria Albert https://www.cbsnews.com/live-updates/boise-mall-shooting-reported-idaho/#post-update-bc4960c6 link copied 6:41 PM / October 25, 2021 At least 2 killed and 4 injured, police say At least two people were killed and at least four others were injured in the shooting, authorities said in a news conference Monday.

One of the injured people is a police officer.

By Victoria Albert https://www.cbsnews.com/live-updates/boise-mall-shooting-reported-idaho/#post-update-cdff4555 link copied 5:04 PM / October 25, 2021 Officers move store-by-store to clear scene Police are now walking through the mall “to clear each business.” Authorities said the process is “expected to take a little while,” and did not provide additional information about the shooting.

“Officers continuing to work their way through the mall to clear each business.

It is expected to take a little while,” the department tweeted.

“We have no further information indicating additional threats at this time.”

By Victoria Albert https://www.cbsnews.com/live-updates/boise-mall-shooting-reported-idaho/#post-update-3d580ff7 link copied Trending News Homeowner charged with murder after shooting motorist in driveway Gruesome find and shocking details revealed by Houston area sheriff Last man seen with Kristin Smart before she disappeared will stand trial Victim of serial killer John Wayne Gacy identified as North Carolina man FBI searches home of Gabby Petito’s fiancé a day after body found Victoria Albert Victoria Albert is a News Editor at CBS News.

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