At least two people injured in shooting at Utah mall

At least two people were injured Sunday when a gunman opened fire at an upscale mall in Utah.

The suspect fled the scene after firing the shots at the Fashion Place mall in Murray, Utah, and is not yet in custody, according to ABC4 Utah.

Fashion Place’s food court was reportedly placed on lock down as mallgoers hid in stores or evacuated.

Rep. Carol Moss of the Utah House of Representatives wrote on Twitter that she was at the mall when the shooting took place, and was evacuated.

Another user named Jami Marsh wrote that she was at the Red Rock brewery in the mall when she heard emergency alarms sounding and saw cops entering the mall with weapons drawn.

She said the blinds at Red Rock were down, and the doors locked as patrons awaited the go-ahead to leave.

“People started running. Right in front of our store, I watched people get shot down,” Attic Salt employee Abbigail Loveridge told the Salt Lake Tribune. “Women and children are getting trampled, especially little kids.”

The number of victims as well as their conditions remains unknown.

Fashion Place is located in Murray, Utah, a city of about 46,000 people in the heart of Salt Lake Valley.

The upscale shopping center was built in 1972, and is anchored by Nordstrom, Crate & Barrel, Macy’s and Dillard’s.