Five people have been arrested after allegedly firing shots and stealing video games during Black Friday shopping on Thanksgiving.
KTVU reports police in Fremont, California, say one suspect fired a gun into the air Thursday at 11:38 p.m., just before the store was set to close at midnight. No one was injured.
Police say the group, including a 17-year-old, had gotten into a fight with security guards outside the store after being accused of stealing merchandise, including video games. One of their friends then drove up in a getaway car, a silver Volkswagen, and another fired multiple rounds in the air as they fled the scene.
According to KTVU, all five were arrested a short time later, including one suspect who jumped out of the car. The stolen merchandise and a loaded gun were recovered.
The Target store, located about 40 miles from San Francisco, closed for the night Thursday and reopened as scheduled Friday morning at 7 a.m.