Walmart’s supermarket delivery service has been hit with a number of complaints after a gunman opened fire at its Colorado store.
The incident occurred just before 11 p.m. local time Monday.
The Colorado Springs Police Department said that an employee called 911 after spotting what appeared to be a white pickup truck with a man inside.
The caller said the truck appeared to have been shot, and the victim told officers he was not hurt.
The officer was able to get a description of the truck, but the victim refused to give his name, police said.
Police later learned that the man in the truck was an employee of the Walmart Supercenter in the city.
The Walmart store is located just blocks away from the headquarters of Walmart, and employees at the supermarket were evacuated.
A second store on the same block was also evacuated, but all of the employees were allowed to return to work.
Police have not identified the gunman or the victim, who was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
The suspect was identified as 37-year-old James Shaw.
The Denver Post said Shaw is the brother of Walmart’s president.
Shaw’s company did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The shooting comes less than a week after a Walmart employee was killed in a shooting at a Colorado store, and in February, a gunman killed six people at a Walmart in the same state.