TUCSON, AZ - Police say no one was hurt when someone fired at least two shots outside a mall in Tucson.
Tucson police spokesman Sgt. Chris Widmer says officers could not find whoever fired the shots outside the Tucson Mall during busy holiday shopping hours at about 7 p.m. Friday.
A person who called 911 told dispatchers someone shot at a vehicle in the parking lot.
Widmer says the man who was apparently targeted drove away and a check of area hospitals did not turn up a wounded person.
Police did find shell casings in the parking lot so they know a shooting happened.
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