OKCPD search for suspect following shooting inside Penn Square Mall; video obtained of altercation

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Oklahoma City police officers are continuing their search for a suspect who shot a man inside the Penn Square Mall, Thursday afternoon. Officials were called to the scene just before 4 p.m. Thursday after reports of shots fired inside. According to police, people were arguing inside a shoe store, possibly a Foot Locker, when one man pulled out a gun and shot another in the chest.   The suspect is described as a husky black male wearing no shirt with a visible tattoo on his left shoulder. He had on gray sweatpants and exposed red underwear. He only had one shoe on when he was last seen. A person who was in the shoe store when the shooting occurred provided the following Snapchat video of the altercation between the suspect and the victim:
The victim is currently in critical condition. The victim’s mother spoke to News 4 and identified him as Gerron Cobb.
Gerron Cobb
All citizens who were in the mall have been evacuated. The mall will be closed for the remainder of the evening. If you left things inside the mall, you can retrieve them tomorrow. Mall officials will secure those items in a secure location for the evening. Call the mall at 405-841-2696 to arrange a time to pick up your items.   The entire Oklahoma City Thunder team was at the Mall for a private movie screening. All members of the team were safely evacuated. A mall patron shared on Facebook her account of hiding in a Dillard’s bathroom, and a store employee barricading the bathroom door to keep them safe.   Gov. Kevin Stitt released the following statement on Twitter about the shooting:


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