Persons of interest sought after gunfire erupts outside mall
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — Authorities are seeking two persons of interest after gunfire erupted outside a suburban Kansas City mall, shutting it down on the day after Christmas.
Police in Overland Park, Kansas, asked the public for tips in a Facebook post that included photos of the two males and a sport utility vehicle that may have been involved. Both males appeared to be in their teens or 20s. Police want to question them after shots were fired Wednesday night in the parking lot of Oak Park Mall. There were no reports of injuries, but gunfire hit an unoccupied vehicle in the parking lot. The mall reopened Thursday.
The gunfire comes two months after a scuffle led to shots being fired outside the mall’s food court entrance. One man is charged with attempted murder.