Two police officers, civilian shot in Dallas

Authorities were reportedly searching a wooded area behind the store for the suspect

Authorities were reportedly searching a wooded area behind the store for the suspect

A civilian was also shot in the incident, according to the Dallas Police Department's Twitter account.

Two Dallas police officers were shot and critically wounded Tuesday, the city's police department said. The department tweeted that a civilian was also shot. One employee said he saw two officers on the ground and wounded.

Council member Adam McGough, who represents the area, said he is praying for the officers and their families.

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The situation is developing and we'll have updates throughout the evening.

"We are fighting a two-front at the hospital and the other out in the community, to find a suspect", said Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings. The shooting reportedly took place around 4:11 p.m. local time.

An off-duty officer working at the store called for help before the shooting, and officers responded, Dallas police said without offering many details.

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In a press conference, police identified Armando Juarez, 29, as a person of interest.

An officer-involved shooting has been reported at a Home Depot located in the 11600 block of Forest Central Drive in Dallas. They using a helicopter and trained dogs to search for the suspect.

Several Home Depot employees told WFAA that there was a ruckus behind the store and that they heard gunshots.

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