Perdido Key, Fla., police say a key chain holder was found dead Saturday at a Walmart in Florida.
The owner of the Keychain Center in Perdillo Key, Florida, told local media that he has been in a relationship with a woman and she was “the best woman I know.”
The man told local news station WPTV that he had “done business” with the woman for about two years and they had a good relationship.
The man, who identified himself as “Mike,” told the station that he did not know if he had any further information about his relationship with the unidentified woman.
Perdido Police Chief Chris Filippelli said the woman’s body was discovered around 1:15 a.m. at the Walmart in Perdoleo Key.
He said the man was taken to the hospital but he was not immediately released.
He did not have any details about the circumstances surrounding the woman, Filippell said.
Walmart spokeswoman Nicole Condon told The Associated Press that she could not comment on the case because of the ongoing investigation.
WalMart has been a frequent target of anti-Trump protesters in Florida, where a boycott of the chain in January was met with violent protests and vandalism.
Wal-Mart and its suppliers have been under scrutiny in the wake of the election of President Donald Trump.
In January, the company announced that it would stop manufacturing and shipping Ivanka Trump brand products to China, a move that caused protests from many retailers.
The move sparked a boycott and violence from pro-Trump demonstrators who chanted, “Go back to China.”
In June, the retailer also halted the production of an Ivanka Trump jewelry line that included gold-plated earrings and other accessories.