Early Monday, reporters and witnesses outside the Nairobi mall targeted by an Al Qaeda-backed Somali militant group said they could hear gunshots and according to FoxNews.com, "occasional heavy bursts of rifle fire along with muffled blasts, implying that Kenyan police and special forces had not yet secured the building."

New video just in to the newsroom contains audio and a distant visual of the scene, more than 48 hours after the deadly attack. The country's top police officer reportedly said there were still "very few" hostages inside the building in the Kenyan capitol. 

Estimates suggest that at least 69 people were killed in Saturday's attack, with 63 reported missing. 

Stay tuned to Fox News Channel for more developments as they happen.