boca raton town center mall shooting

BOCA MALL NON-SHOOTING UPDATE: This Photo Is Of The Injured Man, No Shots Fired


Police: There was NO shooting. If you have proof there was, call them

boca raton town center mall shooting
NOT A SHOOTING, NOT AN ARREST! We now know this is a photo of the injured person being treated by police. THe man was apparently injured fleeing from Boca Raton Town Center Mall after hearing a noise that was NOT gunfire. (Photo courtesy Michelle Davenport via

BOCA RATON, FL ( — Boca PD says this morning that this photos shows the man injured during the bizarre mass fleeing event at Boca Raton Town Center Mall, NOT the victim of a shooting. There was no shooting, according to police, just apparently a loud noise that instigated a herd-like panicked response. The man shown above was transported to Delray Medical Center after he apparently hit his head while running out of the mall. People apparently saw his blood on a doorframe, connected that with an unexplained loud noise, and believed he was shot.

To those taking to social media telling police that they are wrong and that “there definitely was a shooting,” we suggest that you stop posting to social media and actually call the police or CrimeStoppers at 800-458-TIPS to report what you saw.

To repeat: there is no evidence of gunfire, no shell casings, no weapons, and no imagery of a shooting on the hundreds of cameras in the mall reviewed by law enforcement.

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