If you are employed at Walmart I would assume so. If no other action is being taken against you, I would figure it to be highly unlikely.
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On the facts here, I agree with Mr. Reed.
If the Police were not called, then it's unlikely that there will be criminal charges filed against you. And since it appears no criminal charges were filed, there would be no criminal record for employment purposes.
Likewise, if they recovered the goods, undamaged, it's unlikely that any civil suit will be filed against you.
As a practical (non-legal) matter, you should steer clear of that store, though. It's likely that you may be on their internal security "blacklist."
Note: This response is for educational purposes only and is not intended as legal advice. i am not your lawyer.