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People shop at Macy's department store during the Black Friday sales on Nov. 25, 2016 in New York.  Kena Betancur—AFP/Getty Images

Black Friday Shootings Kill 2 and Leave More Injured

Nov 25, 2016

At least two people were shot and killed across the U.S. on Black Friday as they hunted for shopping deals.

Shootings were reported at three locations: a New Jersey Macy’s, a Tennessee mall and a Nevada Walmart. In all three cases, the shootings occurred outside the buildings.

In New Jersey, 21-year-old college student and new father Demond Cottman was shot and killed outside a Macy's around 1 a.m. Friday morning. The shooter fired multiple shots, leaving an SUV covered in bullet holes, but the motives remain unclear. Cottman's 26-year-old brother was also injured, according to a Press of Atlantic City report.

An apparent fight over a parking spot at a Reno Walmart turned deadly when one of the drivers pulled a weapon and shot and killed a 33-year-old man, according to a KOLO 8 report. That incident technically occurred before Black Friday on the evening of Thanksgiving.

A shooting at Wolfchase Galleria Mall in Memphis left one man injured, according to a local CBS affiliate.

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