A man carrying a rifle and wearing body armor was detained Thursday evening after causing a panic at a Missouri Walmart, according to police and local media reports.
Springfield police are now investigating the man, his motives and his vehicle.
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Reports said that Andreychenko was armed with a loaded gun and more than 100 rounds of ammunition.
Lucas said customers left the Walmart in a panic as the man - pushing a cart through the store - recorded a video on his phone and made comments to shoppers, according to the News-Leader.
CBS Springfield affiliate KOLR-TV says Lt. Mike Lucas told reporters police got a call about an active shooter at 4:09 p.m. and arrived within three minutes.
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Mr Andreychenko allegedly walked inside the Walmart carrying a "tactical rifle" and another gun.
He faces a charge of making a terrorist threat in the first degree, the police department said on Twitter. Just mere hours later, another gunman, suspected to be Connor Betts killed nine in Dayton, Ohio's nightlife district - including his sister.
Andreychenko was being held in the Greene County jail on suspicion of first-degree making a terrorist threat. His identity was not released and no information on possible charges was available. Afterwards, police said they believe Andreychenko didn't want to kill anyone - but to cause chaos instead. "His intent was not to cause peace or comfort.He's lucky he's alive still, to be honest".
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"Obviously what's happened in Texas and Dayton, and that kind of stuff in the last seven days, that's on everybody's mind", Lucas said.