he suspects fled the scene before police arrived
Around 40 youths are believe to have been involved in the incident, after violence erupted at the side entrance of the Rheingalerie in Ludwigshafen on Saturday evening at about 7.20pm.
The mass brawl saw at least one person injured, who was not believed to have been involved in the riots.
However the suspects fled the scene before police officers could arrive.
Officers rushed to the scene outside the shopping centre
Investigations continue after the migrants broke into fights
Around 70 officers and a team of police dogs attended the area outside the shopping centre, where they spoke to a number of witnesses.
But it is unknown how or why the fight broke out, and investigations into the incident continue.
So far no arrests have been made and police are urging anyone who may have witnessed the incident to come forward with information.
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The fight comes just two months after two Afghan men were injured following reports of a huge fight between waring youngsters in Munich.
The men, aged 17 and 19, received wounds to the upper body caused by a sharp, pointed object.
However, police have so far been unable to identify what weapon could have caused such injuries.
Around 20 to 30 people are believed to have gathered in the city centre after the brawl broke out between groups of foreigners.