ANDERSON, S.C. (WSPA) — Police say Anderson Mall was forced to close an hour early Saturday after a large group of teens caused problems at the mall.
According to officers, the problem began around 8 p.m. with two separate fights between teens.
Mall security and Anderson Police officers asked several groups to leave the mall, but some refused. Mall management closed the mall early to avoid problems.
EMS responded for two people, one with a possible asthma attack and the other for an unknown reason.
No one was arrested.
Police say there was no reported property damage.
“Our top priority is the safety of our shoppers, retailers and their employees. We are fully cooperating with the Anderson Police Department as they investigate this incident,” Phil Alldredge, general manager of Anderson Mall, said in a statement released Monday.