RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — A shooting at a Raleigh mall Friday sent a man to the hospital with serious injuries as an investigation continued in the parking lot early Friday afternoon, Raleigh police said.

Officers were sent to Raleigh’s Triangle Town Center mall, just outside of Saks Fifth Avenue near the intersection of Old Wake Forest Rd. and Triangle Town Blvd. on a shooting call just before noon, according to Raleigh police.

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One male was located at the scene with a single gunshot wound and was transported to the hospital with serious injuries, according to Lt. Jason Borneo.

Josiah Freeman told CBS 17 he didn’t hear the gunshots but he saw the aftermath.

“I was getting out of my car right over here and I heard someone frantically kind of screaming and saying, ‘oh my god, oh my god he’s not breathing,’ [and] saying like he should have stayed home. I went over and looked and it seemed like there was someone on the ground not really moving,” said Freeman.

UPDATE: 1 arrested after deadly shooting at Triangle Town Center mall in Raleigh, police say

“There was four people in total and it seemed like they were friends,” Freeman said. “Basically the guy, I think had shot him on accident. He said they took his gun off of safety and it went off and hit the guy in the chest.”

Another witness told CBS 17 that they saw police detain an individual in the back of a quad car before taking the person away.

UPDATE: 1 arrested after deadly shooting at Triangle Town Center mall in Raleigh, police say

Raleigh police said at 12:37 p.m. that they are not seeking any suspects, but did not disclose if any were already in custody in connection with the shooting.

The parking remained taped off until about 4:30 p.m. and while investigating, officers were focusing their investigation on a black Mercedes Benz with its doors open, along with a pair of flip flops on the ground next to it.

Nijah Hargrove and Naylon Pastell were in the mall’s food court when the police arrived.

“We saw the whole parking lot taped off over here cop, cops everywhere, so we were trying to figure out what was going on,” said Hargrove.

She told CBS 17 she saw someone being taken away in a squad car.

“One witness,” Hargrove said. “They took him in the squad car. Maybe he was with them—I’m not really sure.”

In a release, police said the mall remained open while detectives were on the scene working to determine the circumstances of the shooting.

Police later said Ahmad Nasir Dimetrius Johnson, 21, later died from his injury.

They say they are not looking for suspects, and are asking anyone with information on this to contact Crimestoppers. You can visit at www.raleighcrimestoppers.org for instructions on how to report a tip.