No shooters found after reports of gunmen at Stonebriar Mall, Frisco police say

FRISCO, Texas – Frisco police were called at approximately 8:40 p.m. Saturday to the Stonebriar Mall with reports of a possible armed person.

Shoppers reported hearing loud noises from the food court, followed by people screaming and running. So far, police have confirmed that no shooting has been fired inside the mall.

The mall was flooded with first responders as shoppers and employees tried to flee or hide. Frisco Police confirmed that there was not a shooter inside the mall. They believe the commotion stemmed from two groups of people having some sort of altercation near the food court.

The mall was evacuated and closed early. Police confirmed that one person was injured in the fall. As they were leaving, some employees told WFAA they were terrified when they heard all the commotion.

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