Maryland mall reopens with memorials after deadly shooting
Monday, January 27, 2014 - 00:47
Jan. 27 - Memorials have been set up at a Maryland mall to honor the victims killed over the weekend when a gunman opened fire inside the Mall in Columbia. Linda So reports.
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The Mall in Columbia is back open for business.
Memorials have been set up both outside and inside the mall following Saturday's shooting when police say 19-year-old Darion Aguilar killed two store employees before killing himself.
People can sign a memory book that has been set up at center court.
They can also place a flower inside the fountain in honor of the victims.
Zumiez, the store where the shooting took place has been completely boarded up.
It remains closed until further notice.
Brianna Benlolo and Tyler Johnson, who both worked at the store, were killed in the shooting.
Before the mall opened back up for business on Monday, some stores still had merchandise on the floor, knocked over during the chaotic moments of Saturday's shooting.
Mall officials say a vigil will be held for the victims on Thursday.
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