BLOOMINGTON, Minn. -- Four teenagers face citations after Bloomington police say they caused a disturbance at the Mall of America Sunday night.
Security responded to reports of a disturbance outside the mall's fourth floor movie theater around 8 p.m.
Several people were told to leave the area and complied. However, two male and two female teenagers refused to leave.
Police arrested the teenagers, ages 15 to 17, and issued them citations for disorderly conduct and obstructing the legal process.
Mall of America spokeswoman Maureen Bausch said the fight began with four girls but that at no time were any others in the Mall in danger.
"It is a wonderful place and we have a great security force, actually its considered the best private security force in the United States so it is a very safe building."
There were no injuries or damage to property reported.
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