Police identified the man who took six guns and body armor into an Atlanta Publix supermarket.
Rico Marley, 22, was arrested Wednesday after he walked into the Publix supermarket at Atlantic Station with six guns.
A manager called 911 to report a man came into the store with a rifle and headed toward the mens restroom.
"A witness observed the male and alerted store management, who then notified police," Atlanta police spokesman Officer Anthony Grant told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Officers and SWAT team members arrived within minutes and took Marley into custody. According to police he was carrying two long guns and four handguns, all of which were concealed.
Marley does not have a concealed carry license.
Charles Russell, who delivers groceries for Instacart, told Channel 2 Action News he saw a man with an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle inside the store.
"(That) kind of startled me with the events that recently happened in the grocery store up in Colorado," Russell said, referring to the mass shooting in a Boulder supermarket that left 10 people dead.
Anti-Trump jihadist Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, 21, was arrested in that case.