Authorities have arrested the man accused of shooting three people in North Dallas on Tuesday, including two policemen.
Armando Juarez, 29, was previously identified as a person of interest, and an unidentified woman was arrested following a police raid that ended near Uptown, authorities said.
"We have our man," said Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings at a press conference.
Rawlings did not ask questions, but he asked for prayers for those who were shot. All three victims had surgery.
Emergency Dispatchers received a call shortly after 4:12 pm. To go to a Home Depot, Dallas Chief of Police Renee Hall said in a news conference Tuesday night. After the answering officers arrived, another call for help was made after the shootings.
Two policemen were seriously injured and the Dallas Police Department was released shortly after filming on Twitter. The civilian who was shot was a damage prevention officer for Home Depot, Hall said.
The officers were transported to the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital by the Dallas Fire-Rescue Department. The police did not release their names out of respect for their families, Hall said.
Rawlings had described the aftermath of the shootout as a "two-front battle," referring to the victims' struggles over their life in the hospital and to the "struggle in the community" to find the person of interest ,
"I want to ask each and every one of you for your prayers … for our officers, their families and our entire DPD family, because we need you now," Hall said. "Our hearts are very heavy."
We can confirm that two @DallasPD officers were shot and seriously injured. We will post updates as soon as we receive them. Please pray for our officers and their families.
– Police Department Dallas (@DallasPD) April 24, 2018
State, local, and federal law enforcement agencies responded to the scene.
In 2016, five Dallas police officers were shot dead and seven others injured after being attacked by a 25-year-old former reservist named Micah Xavier Johnson, who later died in a clash with the police.
Former Dallas Police Chief and ABC News employee David Brown said the recent shooting of two Dallas police officers was "too much for a department in such a short time".
"Once again," said Rawlings, "it nourishes us to recognize what officers enter day after day, how fast they can become victims."