ATLANTA — Atlanta police are investigating another shooting at Lenox Square.
The call went out around 3 p.m. and police said one person was shot in the buttocks inside the Apple Store. Police said the shooting started as an argument between a group of people inside inside the mall.
One person has been detained in the incident. Police are also searching for a possible suspect who got away in a Blue Chrysler Pacifica with GA tag CML8659.
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The shooting is just the latest in a string of violence at the mall over the last couple of years.
In October, police said a victim opened fire on the people attempting to rob him in the middle Neiman Marcus.
In February, police found a man shot in the stomach in a parking lot of the mall after police said he met three people in the food court for some type of prearranged sale.
A man was shot by a police officer in a parking deck Jan. 18 during a robbery. Police said the man who was shot was actually a friend of the robbery victim, but wouldn’t put down his weapon. The robber was arrested. Both men were charged.
On Dec. 20, two men robbed and shot a mall employee as she walked to her car in the parking garage.