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Suspected gunman captured after five-hour hunt through Dallas

By Reuters
25 April 2018   |   1:09 pm
One man has been arrested following a five-hour manhunt through Dallas, Texas, suspected of shooting two police officers and one store security guard at a Home Depot store.

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