Omaha Police arrested the two suspects in connection with the shooting at Westroads Mall Saturday afternoon.
Trequez Swift, 21, died at Bergan Mercy hospital after the shooting, while a female victim sustained a gunshot wound to her leg and received treatment at Immanuel Hospital.
The suspects were apprehended Sunday, hours after perpetrating the massacre. They were identified as 18-year-old Brandon Woolridge-Jones and a 16-year-old boy who was not named due to his age.
Witnesses described horrific moments at the mall, which is considered the largest in Omaha.
“I was walking through Flagship Commons at Westroads Mall about 10 munites ago when a crowd of people began screaming, running toward exit,” one wrote on Twitter.
“I did not hear any noises that would indicate why they were running, but there was fear and panic. Things were getting pushed over in rush.”
“I can’t go into The Container Store at Westroads Mall in Omaha, NE due to reports of an active shooter. I’m FINE. I never even got out of my car. But seeing people run to their cars is unsettling. America, you’re broken,” another added.
A third said: “I’m sick to my stomach. I go to Westroads all the time for lunch. Had considered it today. When there, I often think of the 2007 shooting. And now another.”