Laura Jankey will host "Take Back Regency" at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13. The idea is to show the community that they are still committed to shopping at the center.
"We want to take back our mall," " Jankey said. "This is a safe neighborhood and we want to keep it that way."
While Jankey is optimistic that the mall will not lose customers over the incident, some businesses are worried.
"When I first heard it, I was a little shocked," Sharon Towsend, owner of Tiffany's Bridal, told CBS 6.
While Tiffany's is located across the street from the mall, Towsend is still worried that a decline in mall traffic will affect her business.
"I hope it would not effect us, I think together we all make a great shopping community," Towsend said.
Managers at Disco Sporting Goods feel the same way.
"I think for a day or two people will be a little apprehensive," Chuck Bowen, manager of Disco Sports, said. Bowen remained optimistic however that Monday's event will not affect mall traffic and said that "the city has done a lot of positive things to get traffic this way...".
The two suspects remain at large. Anyone with information is asked to contact Crimestoppers at 804-780-1000.
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