Gunfire Breaks Out At Resorts World Manila In Philippines, Dozens Injured

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(FOX NEWS) – Dozens of people were injured after gunfire erupted at a mall, casino and hotel complex near Manila’s international airport in the Philippine capital early Friday morning, but officials stressed there was no concrete evidence yet the attack was terrorism.

Philippine police chief Gen. Ronald Dela Rosa said at a press briefing one gunman is believed to be behind the attack at Resorts World Manila, and is still at large.

Dela Rosa told reporters at the scene that the gunman stole gambling chips, shot an LED monitor and set ablaze gambling tables by pouring gasoline on them, but the assailant did not fire at people he met.

At least 25 people were injured, the Philippine Red Cross told The Manila Times.