Authorities have arrested the man accused of shooting three people, including two policemen, in North Dallas on Tuesday.
Armando Juárez, 29, previously identified as a person of interest, and an unidentified woman were arrested after a police chase that ended near the center, authorities said.
"We have our man," Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said at a press conference.
Rawlings did not answer questions, but did ask for prayers for those they shot. The three victims were out of surgery.
Emergency operators received a call shortly after 4:12 p.m. to go to a Home Depot, Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall said at a press conference on Tuesday night. After the officers who responded arrived, a distress call was made after the shooting.
Two officers were seriously injured, the Dallas Police Department posted on Twitter shortly after the shooting. The civilian who was shot is a loss prevention officer for Home Depot, Hall said.
Officers were transported by the Dallas Fire Rescue Department to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. The police did not release their names immediately out of respect for their families, Hall said.
Rawlings described the aftermath of the shooting as a "battle of two fronts", referring to the battles of the victims for their lives in the hospital, as well as to "the battle 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, for their families and for our entire DPD family, because we need them right now," Hall said. "Our hearts are very heavy."
We can confirm that two @DallasPD officers have been shot and have been seriously injured. We will provide updates as we obtain them. Please pray for our officers and their families.
– Dallas Police Department (@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 they were ambushed by a 25-year-old former army reservist named Micah Xavier Johnson, who died in a confrontation with police.
Former Dallas police chief and ABC News contributor David Brown said the latest shootings by two Dallas police officers is "too much for a department in such a short time."
"Once again," Rawlings said, "it induces us to realize what agents enter day after day, how quickly they can become victims."