BREAKING: Reports of Active Shooter at Las Vegas Mall *UPDATED* Masked Man With Rifle Still at Large – No Shots Fired

BREAKING NEWS.

An active shooter situation is being reported at a popular Las Vegas mall.

There is heavy police presence and the mall is on lockdown according to initial social media reports.

KTNV Las Vegas:

There is a heavy police presence at Boulevard Mall. There are reports of an active shooter. Police are reportedly checking each business inside of the mall.

The Daily Mail is reporting witnesses are claiming the gunman is wearing a mask:


Police have swarmed Las Vegas‘ Boulevard Mall after reports of a possible active shooter.

Ambulances, and police vehicles were seen blaring their sirens and surrounding the building as armed officers reportedly guarded the entrance to Sears.

Social media users have claimed a masked man holding a gun is at the shopping mall north of Buffalo.

Police have not confirmed the reports, but parts of the mall are on lockdown and the parking lot is being cleared out, KTNV reported.

Nearby streets are also being locked down by police, and all entrances to the mall are being closed.

Helicopters can be heard flying above the mall.

Livestream from local news:

As of 8:30 PM local time Las Vegas police says no injuries:

Two more updates from Las Vegas police: Video was obtained showing a person with a rifle wearing a mask. No shots fired, police still searching:

Tactical team and K9 are conducting another search.

This story is developing…please refresh the page for updates.

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