SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) Police in Springfield, Missouri, say they have arrested an armed man who showed up a Walmart store wearing body armor, sending panicked shoppers fleeing the store. Springfield police posted on Facebook that “an armed individual” was arrested. No shots were fired.  Lt. Mike Lucas as saying that the man showed up Thursday afternoon wearing body armor and military-style clothing. He walked inside the Walmart carrying a “tactical rifle” and another gun. Lucas says the man had more than 100 rounds of ammunition. It was reported the store’s manager pulled a fire alarm, urging people to escape. Police say the man then made his way out an emergency exit where an off-duty firefighter held the man at gunpoint. Lt. Lusca said, “His intent obviously was to cause chaos here, and he did that.” The incident happened five days after a mass shooting at an El Paso, Texas, Walmart, left 22 people dead.