FOX News: At least four police officers killed by snipers during Dallas protest, chief says
DEVELOPING: At least four Dallas police officers were killed Thursday after being targeted by two snipers in a downtown parking garage Thursday night during a protest over police shootings of African-Americans.
Fox News confirmed late Thursday that no suspects were in custody, contrary to earlier reports. Dallas Police Chief David Brown told the news conference that police had one suspect "cornered", but made no mention of a second suspect.
Brown confirmed that seven other officers were injured and one civilian was wounded in the shooting. Three of the injured officers were in critical condition and two others were in surgery.
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The Latest: Police: Suspect in custody in shootings -- AP
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Dallas protest: Four police officers dead in sniper shooting -- BBC
2 snipers shoot 11 officers, killing 4, in shooting during demonstrations in Dallas - reports -- RT
Update: The Dallas Police Department Twitter page is here.
Update #2: CBS is covering this live. The link is here.