A deadly officer-involved shooting unfolded Sunday in Fort Worth, Texas, said they had tried to arrest a suspected assault with a deadly weapon.
Fort Worth Police told Fox News the shooting took place in the east part of the city around four in the afternoon.
They said they were looking for the suspect
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Police told Fox News when they tried to pull over the driver, two suspects in a nearby truck, according to the Fort Worth Police Department.
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Police said when he tried to arrest the man "shots were fired"
A police spokesman said the man was found with a gun.
Information about the man, including his age, which is not immediately available; however, said all three in the group were adults.
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When asked if anyone was injured during the officer-involved shooting, he told Fox News, "I have not advised any other injuries. "