A man who entered a Target in west Omaha on Tuesday with an AR-15 has been shot dead, police confirmed.

Here’s what we know so far about the shooting incident –

1. Officers responded to the store near 180th Street and West Center Road around noon on Tuesday after receiving calls about an active shooter inside the store.

“Officers are at Target 178th and Center investigating reports of a shooting. Officers are clearing the store at this time. Unknown number of victims as the investigation is in the early stages,” police had tweeted.

2. The responding officers confronted the gunman before shooting him. The gunman was pronounced dead at the scene.

“The first arriving officers went into the building, confronted the suspect and shot him dead,” Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said during a press briefing.

3. Police confirmed that no other victims were found inside the store.

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4. The suspect has not been identified, however, Schmaderer said was a white male in his 30s.

5. Preliminary investigation showed that the gunman had entered the store with an AR-15 and fired “multiple rounds.”

“He had an AR-15 rifle with him and plenty of ammunition,” Schmaderer said.

6. Anyone with any information regarding the shooting is requested to call 402-444-4877

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7. Target issued a statement saying the store will remain closed until further notice.

“Following an incident in our Omaha West store, we can confirm that all guests and team members safely evacuated the store. The store will remain closed until further notice. We are partnering with the Omaha PD as we learn more,” the statement said.

8. Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert issued a statement saying, “Omaha police saved many lives today by their quick actions to prevent a mass casualty event at Target. Omaha Police officers are highly trained to respond to and assess life-threatening situations. Their bravery and high level of skill should be commended.”