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Andre Bing, the Walmart gunman who massacred six people inside the Virginia store, threw away a kill list - where he'd circled victims' names - in the trash outside his home

Andre Bing, the Walmart gunman who massacred six people inside the Virginia store, threw away a kill list - where he'd circled victims' names - in the trash outside his home

Walmart mass shooter Andre Bing dumped a kill list - with the name of one of his six victims circled - in a trash can outside his home, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal. 

The list, found by DailyMail.com, shows the names of 18 fellow supermarket employees circled - including Tyneka Johnson, 22, who he shot dead in Chesapeake, Virginia, on Tuesday. 

He also shot dead Brian Pendleton, Randall Blevins, Lorenzo Gamble and Kellie Pyle. Their names were not seen on the list. A 16-year-old boy, who has not yet been identified, was also killed.

Four people who were shot survived the attack and remain in the hospital. Two of those - Jalon Jones and Jessica Wilczewski - also had their names circled on the list. Among them is Blake Williams, 23, whose family said he was on a ventilator, and clinging to life. 

Before carrying out the horrific massacre, Bing, 31, threw his kill list away along with screenshots of surveillance footage dating back to October. The screenshot shows a person dressed in black walking into the the Walmart shortly before midnight. 

The list left discarded next to the image included details about what shifts his co-workers were on and in which department they were working, as well as what time they would be on a break.

On Wednesday, the FBI confiscated a manifesto from the $300,000 three-bedroom property - however, they appeared to have missed the evidence hiding in plain sight. Police also revealed that Bing had a manifesto on his phone in which he revealed how he was upset about a change in his employment status. 

The manifesto, which has not yet been made public, contained claims that his co-workers at the supercenter were harassing him.

The list, seen by DailyMail.com, shows the names of fellow supermarket employees circled - including Tyne Johnson, 22, who he shot dead in Chesapeake, Virginia, on Tuesday

The 31-year-old shooter threw the list away along with screenshots of surveillance footage dating back to October. The list included details about what shifts his co-workers were on and in which department they were working, as well as what time they would be on a break

The surveillance footage screenshot shows a person walking into the Walmart on October 30

The surveillance footage screenshot shows a person walking into the Walmart on October 30

DailyMail.com has also obtained photos of the chaotic interior of Bing's home. They show boxes lining the walls, and kitchen appliances still in boxes littering the kitchen. Sony speaker systems and other large boxes were piled up next to the sofa, with clutter surrounding the entire property. 

Bing, who neighbors say lived alone, kept his shoes in a neat row besides the door and appeared to be redecorating the property - with bricks piled up in the back garden.

An empty paint tray and roller lay in the back yard of the property, with a lawnmower locked in a shed which was raided by authorities on Wednesday.

Boxes from Amazon, and other electrical items can also been seen with the tags still on - including a Shark Roomba and a steel 'multi gym'.

The killer also had several dying plants scattered around the room, with a document organizer laying forgotten on his kitchen counter.

His chaotic home was raided but the FBI hours after the shooting, with officials removing clothing and bottles of water as well as documents from the property.

A neighbor who has lived next to Bing described the moment she saw him leave for his usual late shift in silence.

Speaking to DailyMail.com on Wednesday, she said: 'I am shocked, especially when I saw the amount of people that were dead. I was even more shocked when I found out it was him.

DailyMail.com has also obtained photos of the chaotic interior of Bing's home. They show boxes lining the walls, and kitchen appliances still in boxes littering the kitchen. Sony speaker systems and other large boxes were piled up next to the sofa, with clutter surrounding the entire property

DailyMail.com has also obtained photos of the chaotic interior of Bing's home. They show boxes lining the walls, and kitchen appliances still in boxes littering the kitchen. Sony speaker systems and other large boxes were piled up next to the sofa, with clutter surrounding the entire property

Bing, who neighbors say lived alone, kept his shoes in a neat row besides the door and appeared to be redecorating the property - with bricks piled up in the back garden

Bing, who neighbors say lived alone, kept his shoes in a neat row besides the door and appeared to be redecorating the property - with bricks piled up in the back garden

The killer also had several dying plants scattered around the room, with a document organizer laying forgotten on his kitchen counter

The killer also had several dying plants scattered around the room, with a document organizer laying forgotten on his kitchen counter

Bing appeared to be redecorating the property - with bricks piled up in the back garden

Bing appeared to be redecorating the property - with bricks piled up in the back garden

The six victims of Walmart manager's rampage in Virginia  

• 38-year-old Brian Pendleton of Chesapeake

• 52-year-old Kellie Pyle of Chesapeake

• 43-year-old Lorenzo Gamble of Chesapeake

• 70-year-old Randy Belvins of Chesapeake

• 22-year-old Tyneka Johnson of Portsmouth

• A 16-year-old male of Chesapeake whose name and picture are being withheld due to him being a minor 

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'I only realized when I saw the FBI here this morning. My daughter saw them get here last night with the battering ram but I didn't hear anything.

'He kept himself to himself, he was always alone. No one else lived in that house.

'There was one guy who was there a few months ago but that was it. It's only been him.

'I would see him mowing his lawn and things but he would never talk. He was odd.

'I tried to talk to him but he just wasn't interested at all. I saw him last night as he left for work, I know he worked at Walmart.

'I'm so glad that I didn't speak to him. He seemed as he normally did, just got in his car and drove off. Nothing seemed different.

'Whole time he was here I never saw him with a gun or anything at all. It's shocking. It's a nice quiet area.'

A neighbor of Brian Pendleton, one of the victims who was shot dead in the break room, paid tribute to him as a 'wonderful man' - who had clashed with his manager over working

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