Mall leadership said reports of abductions at the Mall at Fairfield Commons are untrue.

Social media reports of abduction at local mall are false, leaders say

The accusations are untrue and there have never been reports of abductions, the mall also posted on its Facebook page. Beavercreek Police Captain Chad Lindsey said he has not seen any of the social media posts, but police have received no reports of abductions at the mall.

“The safety of our shoppers, retailers and employees is always our first priority,” the mall statement says.

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The Beavercreek shopping center works closely with Beavercreek Police and has its own security 24 hours a day, seven days a week, on foot and in vehicles. There is also camera surveillance, according to the Facebook post.

Shoppers who want a security guard to accompany them on their walk to their car can call the security office at 937-427-9170.

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