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URGENT: Armando Juarez Sought For Shooting Of Cops At Home Depot

Dallas PD have identified Armando Juarez as the person of interest in the shooting of two Dallas PD officers.

Dallas, TX - Armando Luis Juarez, 29, has been identified as a "person of interest" in the shooting of two Dallas PD officers and a loss-prevention officer at a Home Depot on Tuesday.

A female Dallas police officer was shot in the face Tuesday and is in critical condition, and a 27-year-old male officer was shot in the back of the head and will not survive his injuries, according to WFAA.

A "civilian" loss-prevention officer was also shot.

Multiple news outlets report that the male officer had died, but WFAA advises that the officer is mortally wounded and is only being kept alive until his mother can arrive at the hospital to say goodbye.

Dallas PD Chief Renee Hall refused the confirm the condition of any officers at a press conference Tuesday night.

The incident happened at the Home Depot in the 11,000 block of Forest Central Drive just before 4:30 p.m.

The loss-prevention officer called police for a shoplifting suspect at the store with a theft warrant. Two Dallas PD officers arrived and there was a confrontation where the Dallas PD officers and the loss-prevention officer were shot.

All three were transported to Presbyterian Hospital in extremely critical condition.

An active manhunt is underway for the shooter. Police have identified Armando Juarez as a "person of interest."

Police now say that they believe Juarez fled in a white pickup truck. He should be considered armed and dangerous.

Please share this information on social media even if you aren't in the area - this will help distribute his photo everywhere so he has nowhere to hide.

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I didn't see anywhere in the article where it said he was illegal! People might assume that because he is a Mexican.

Some common sense guns laws are needed, it's not like they are going to affect responsible gun owners. The right wing, and the NRA have been pushing guns on everybody, to carry anywhere, and everywhere! I'm not against people carrying firearms at all, most gun owners are very responsible, but everybody doesn't need a gun, this is not the wild, wild, west! Some people should not have guns period. I agree with most everything you said about the illegals. I know they're hard workers, they can outwork most Americans. I've worked with them in Texas, in Tennessee, and in Missouri, they work very hard. Of course there's good, and bad in every race! A wall is not going to stop illegals that come here on work visas, or other types of programs. A lot of illegals are not even Mexican, that are currently coming here. But yes they did break the law, and something needs to be done in a humane way. We have our government to thank for passing this problem down the line for decades, and it doesn't look like it's going to be solved anytime soon. I'm a little confused by your statement about gun control, and a wall? What does one have to do with the other? White people are doing most of the killing! Cop killer in Maine, white, The parkland shooting, white, the shooting in Nashville, white, the shooting in Las Vegas, white,etc.....

@2stepp
Obama passed no gun restriction laws. In fact, he signed bump stocks into law. Trump has an infinitely higher record for gun control.

Just thought you should know.

Nothing. A few bad apples don't make the whole orchard bad. Just continue teaching them life saving techniques and arm some of the staff.

@CBedlam but a few bad apples means you should be paying closer attention to your orchard to make sure something isn't spreading. And something has already spread. Something has to be done.

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