GREENSBORO, North Carolina (WTVD) -- A man who was shot outside the Four Seasons Town Centre shopping mall in Greensboro on Thursday has died after being taken to the hospital.
The identity of the victim has not been released, according to MyFox8. Police were called to the shooting at about 2:16 p.m., according to Susan Danielsen, a spokeswoman for the Greensboro Police Department.
Police said there was some kind of a dispute between the victim and the suspect outside the JCPenney entrance. There was a loud argument and the victim was shot more than once. Police said the suspect then left in a car.
It remains uncertain whether the suspect and victim knew each other or how many suspects there were.
Witnesses reported hearing multiple shots fired from a gold-colored sedan. At least one of the rounds hit a man who was walking outside entrance D near JCPenney, according to police.
Greensboro police and EMS were called to the scene.
Greensboro police and EMS were called to the scene, which had cleared by about 4:30 p.m. The mall remains open Thursday night.
Four schools in the area had been placed on lock down: Ben L Smith High School, Murphey Traditional Academy, Archer Elementary and Jackson Middle School. The lock downs have since been lifted.
Anyone with any information can call Crimestoppers at (336) 373-1000. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward.
Back in February, a man was shot and killed outside the same mall. Westley Tyler Tugman, 33, of Lenoir, was shot in the torso in front of JCPenney during an attempted robbery. He was an innocent victim.
No other details were immediately available.