OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- The names of a 15-year-old boy wounded in an Oklahoma City mall shooting and an Oklahoma County deputy involved in a related shooting were not released Sunday.

Another 15-year-old was killed by the deputy in the Saturday night shooting at Crossroads Mall in south Oklahoma City.

Police say Victor Bustillo was shot to death by the deputy after Bustillo shot and wounded the other teen, then turned toward the deputy with a gun.

Oklahoma City Police Captain Jeffery Becker says the wounded boy remained hospitalized in fair condition.

Meanwhile Mall spokeswoman Christi Parks says the mall returned to normal hours Sunday after closing early Saturday night because of the shooting.

She says the mall also increased security Sunday.