The Saks Department Store in Seattle is closed on Monday, but if you happen to have wandered into the store, you could be out of luck.
The mall is closed to the public, so all sales will be suspended until further notice.
The Seattle Police Department (SPD) says there’s been a robbery and that there have been no reports of injuries.
In a statement on its website, the SPD says: Police have responded to reports of a robbery at Sakhas department store at 4:30pm.
The suspect has been apprehended and is now in custody.
We have not been able to release any information about the suspect, nor any information regarding the circumstances of the incident, but we have sent out an update regarding the situation.
The SPD says that no one has been hurt and the suspect is currently in custody at the SPD Precinct 2.
The department says it will update this story as soon as it is more clear.
The Sakhases department store in Seattle was not immediately available for comment.
Saks has closed stores in Chicago and Seattle.
Police have also been looking into the theft of cash from the store in Chicago, where an employee reported the incident to police.
The store has since reopened.
In the UK, a man who was robbed at the Saks outlet in Norwich, south-east England, has since posted on social media that he was unable to pay the cash back because the ATM machine had been emptied.