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Shots Fired At Dallas Police Station

Shots Fired At Dallas Police Station

Shots were fired early Sunday morning at the Dallas Police Department’s south central station.  No one was injured.

Someone in a car fired at the station at about 5:19 a.m.  The shots broke a window, and police found what they think is a bullet hole in one of the bricks out front.

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An officer who was parked in front of the building saw muzzle flashes but could not see the shooter’s vehicle.

Sources indicate that nine rounds were fired at the station and two struck the building including one going through a window.


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