Shooting heard at SM Megamall; Police say no one hurt
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MANILA, Philippines – Several shots were heard at a mall in Mandaluyong City Saturday night, a police official said.
Senior Superintendent Florendo Quibuyen, chief of police, said the shots came from the SM Department Store in Megamall around 8 p.m. No one was injured, he said.
The police official refused to provide further details, saying the incident is still under investigation.
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