Suspects Sought For Setting Off Fireworks Inside Parks Mall In Arlington – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Cops in Arlington are looking for suspects who triggered fireworks inside The Parks Shopping mall last weekend, triggering “a tremendous amount of fear and panic of an active shooter.”
Cops reacted to the shopping center on Saturday, Feb. 27, due to an event occurring within. Cops stated there were issues that a shooting had actually occurred which consumers were worrying in the location and on social networks.
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Cops Chief Al Jones stopped those reports at around 6:30 p.m., stating that fireworks had actually gone off which there was no active shooter.
Keep in mind last Saturday at Parks Shopping mall when somebody believed it would be amusing if they set fireworks off?
Here are pictures of the 3 suspects (late teens/early 20s)
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They will be held responsible. Individuals believed it was a shooting!
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— Chief Al Jones (@ChiefArlington) March 3, 2021
Now, cops have actually launched security pictures of 3 suspects who are thought to be linked to the event. The suspects are thought to be in their late teenagers to early 20s.
“They will be held accountable. People thought it was a shooting!” Jones stated in a tweet.
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“This was ridiculous and caused a tremendous amount of fear and panic of an active shooter,” Arlington Lt. Chris Cook included.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.