PLAINFIELD, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Officials with Walmart Media Relations have clarified that the location which caught fire on Wednesday wouldn’t likely affect store shelves in the Wabash Valley because the center primarily focuses on online orders.

Walmart Media Relations Senior Manager Robert Arrieta told WTWO: “The fire was at a fulfillment center. It’s important to note that these differ from distribution centers. Fulfillment centers support online customer orders. Whereas distribution centers support shipping merchandise to our stores.”

The fulfillment center located at 9590 Allpoints Parkway in Plainfield caught fire around noon Wednesday. The smoke and debris caused nearby facilities to be evacuated as a precaution and nearby residents were told to shelter in place.

The cause of the fire will not be known for some time, Plainfield Fire Chief Brent Anderson told WXIN that the fire appeared to have started on the third floor of the warehouse. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives will take the lead in investigating the cause.