(CBS) — One local theater is stepping up security in the wake of the tragedy in Lafayette, La.
Michael Moore, co-owner of Hollywood Boulevard Cinema in Woodridge, tells CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot he wants his customers to feel secure following this week’s shooting.
“We have 40-plus cameras throughout the perimeter of the building. We have a lot different things that we are doing. We have alarm systems throughout our building,” he says.
Security is both seen and unseen, he says. Backpacks are not allowed, Moore says.
Moviegoer James Walker says he won’t let the shootings ruin his life.
“If I allow other peoples actions to dictate my own, then I’m not being me. I won’t be able to live my life. I won’t be able to have fun,” he says.