Reports of shots fired at a Florida mall on Sunday afternoon sent people running and a tactical police team to search the area.
Boca Raton police were called to the Boca Town Center Mall around 4 p.m. after the shots were reportedly fired inside.
On Twitter, police said it was not an active shooter situation and that they were conducting a search of the mall.
According to the Palm Beach Post, a person was shot in the area, but Boca police have not yet confirmed the validity of the report.
An onlooker posted a video on Twitter, showing armed officers approaching the mall with their weapons ready to investigate. There were no immediate reports of injuries. video of buyers standing in the parking lot, following a furious dash to escape the area. He wrote that one of the men in the crowd was bitten and needed medical attention, as police donated bullet-proof vests to prepare for the raid. and immediately began to run. No one can provide an official account of what actually happened.
Authorities have ordered those approaching to evacuate the mall until it is clean and set a specific zone for media members covering the story on the ground. The entire town center is on the lockdown .
Federal agents from the Office of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) are on the scene to provide backup and assistance to local officials.  CLICK HERE TO SHOW FOX NEWS APP
The Boca Raton Police Department did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.