A man in a Walmart parking lot said he saw a dead man’s body in his rear-view mirror a few weeks ago, and when he confronted the store owner about it, he said, he was told to call 911.
“I didn’t know who he was,” said the man, who did not want to be identified because he did not have insurance.
“But the fact that he was in the store, he had a license and he had something on him, and he was walking down the street with his family.”
The man said he then called the police, but they did not come.
The man said the Walmart employee who had seen the body said that the man had been shot multiple times in the neck and was bleeding profusely from the neck area.
The man called 911 again and again, but the store employee told him that he could not do anything because the Walmart was closed, and that he should call 911 again.
The man hung up.
He then called 911 from his phone, and a woman who answered the phone told him she had been called to report the man.
When he arrived at the Walmart, the man said, the employee told the man to wait until the police arrived.
He did so, but said the police did not arrive until later that evening.
The Walmart employee did not provide any other details.
Police say they are investigating whether the man’s story is true.
A Walmart spokesperson said they did have an incident report filed on Monday, and were unable to provide any further information.
Walmart is in the midst of a nationwide investigation into how an employee shot and killed a customer and his family on Nov. 19.
Police were called to a Walmart in West Chester, Pa., shortly before midnight after the incident occurred.
The employee told police he had been driving a friend to a nearby Walmart when he spotted a man in the driver’s seat of a white SUV.
The employee said he thought the man looked familiar, but then realized the man was a dead body.
Police arrived at a nearby Walgreens parking lot and found the man lying on the pavement with a gunshot wound to the back of his head.
The driver of the white SUV told police that the gunman was wearing a black hoodie and was acting strangely.
Police said the gunman fled on foot.
Police arrested the suspect, identified by the Walgops police department as 24-year-old Justin Thomas of Montgomery County, Md.