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The Harker Heights Police Department said no one has been arrested and it does not have further information regarding the theft at a Harker Heights Walmart that preceded a false active shooter claim.

Lt. Stephen Miller, Harker Heights Police Department public information officer said the department is still investigating but there are no updates from the department as of Friday afternoon. When asked, Miller said he did not want to speculate on why, specifically, people thought a shooter was in the building following the shoplifting case.

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