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Police name man they say walked into Walmart with loaded shotgun

Police name man they say walked into Walmart with loaded shotgun

Crowds of confused people packed a Walmart parking lot Thursday.

Police say it was all because of Kydale Lindsay, 21, of Omaha, who investigators say walked into the store with a loaded shotgun.

According to a news release, Lindsay now faces four counts of Making Terroristic Threats and four counts of the Use of a Gun to Commit a Felony.

Keagan Hunter shops at this Walmart a lot.

"We started counting cop cars and obviously something serious happened here," said Hunter.

It all started right around 11:30am.

Police say someone called 911 to report an armed robbery.

When they got here, they got everyone out and then searched the store.

"They said an incident happened, and that it'd be a few hours," said Hunter, "and they couldn't tell us anything, that we shouldn't be here."

Police say they found Lindsay and another person in the store's break room and both were brought downtown.

The other person was later sent home.

Police did find the loaded shotgun inside the store.

They have not said anything about a motive.

The good news is no one was hurt, and the Walmart is now back open.

We have not been able to confirm with Walmart if Lindsay was an employee of the store. There's no word yet on when he's due in court.

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