UPDATE, 5:46 a.m.: According to the Glendora Police Department, they have arrested a juvenile 13 year old boy who was seen by surveillance video setting fire to a display of stuffed animals at Glendora Walmart.
UPDATE, 1:14 a.m.: Investigators are still looking at the alleged arson fire set at Walmart.
One Walmart employee was taken to an area hospital complaining of shortness of breath, according to Los Angeles County Fire broadcast traffic.
PREVIOUS: The Los Angeles County Fire Department and Glendora Police are busy investigating what may be an intentional fire set at Walmart.
Fire fighters were dispatched before 12:30 a.m. and found the fire out on arrival at 1950 East Auto Centre Drive. Fire fighters requested the presence of Glendora Police to the scene after observing the damage that remained, according to Los Angeles County Fire Department broacdcast traffic.
It has not yet been specified how much damage was done.
Arson investigators with the Los Angeles County Fire Department are en route as of publication time.
This story will continue to be updated as information becomes available.