UPDATE: Chattanooga Police say unintended target injured in shooting at mall

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(WATE) — Chattanooga Police are investigating a shooting that occurred around 6 p.m. Thursday at Hamilton Place Mall.

According to our news partners at WTVC, Chattanooga Police Sgt. Jeremy Eames says two groups with at least one person from each group fired at each other. A person who was not the intended target was hurt but not seriously.

Police are reviewing surveillance video of the incident. No one has been arrested. Law enforcement is still at the mall. It is unknown as of 8 p.m. Thursday if the mall will reopen Thursday evening.

The shooting reportedly happened near the Rodizio Grill. The police department says it is not an active shooter situation and the public is not in any danger at this time.

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