TIMELINE: How The Deadly Shooting Of Police Officers In Dallas Unfolded

AP

On Thursday night, snipers opened fire on police officers at the scene of a Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas, killing five law enforcement officers and leaving several others injured.

As of Friday morning, one suspect was killed when officers detonated a bomb near the suspect. Officers turned to the bomb after negotiations with the suspect broke down and a gunfire exchange broke out, police said. hree suspects were reporrtedly in custody, though police would not confirm a number or provide any details about other suspects

7 p.m. CT: Black Lives Matter protest was scheduled to begin in the Belo Garden Park in Dallas, according to the protest’s organizer.

7:47 p.m. CT: Dallas Police Department began tweeting photos of the protest, sharing photos of the protesters standing with officers.

9 p.m. CT: Snipers with rifles shot 11 police officers in Dallas, the city’s police chief told Dallas Morning News.

9:10 p.m. CT: Dallas Police Association sent first tweet indicating that officers were injured in the shooting.

10:53 p.m. CT: Dallas Police department reported that two snipers shot ten officers.

11:13 p.m. CT: Dallas Police reported that a fourth officer was killed in the shooting.

11:30 p.m. CT: Man identified as a suspect in a photo circulated by the Dallas Police Department turned himself in. He was released at 1 a.m, according to the Dallas Morning News.

12:30 a.m.: Dallas police chief told reporters that police had been exchanging gunfire with a fourth suspect in a parking garage at El Centro College.

1:42 a.m. CT: Dallas police reported that a fifth officer had died in the shooting.

3 a.m. CT: Suspect in El Centro parking garage was reported dead shortly before 3 a.m., according to Dallas Morning News and CNN. Police confirmed later Friday morning that a suspect was killed at El Centro College after police used a robot to detonate a bomb.

4:20 a.m. CT: President Obama addressed the shooting in Dallas from a NATO summit in Warsaw, Poland. He said he was “horrified” by the “vicious, calculated and despicable attack on law enforcement.”

5 a.m. CT: Dallas police said that two sweeps through downtown searching for explosives turned up nothing, according to the Dallas Morning News.

7:40 a.m. CT: Dallas Police Chief David Brown provided updates to reporters about the suspected shooter who died early Friday morning at El Centro College. Brown said that the suspect died after police used a robot to detonate a bomb near the suspect. During negotiations with police, the suspect said he was “was upset about Black Lives Matter” and “wanted to kill white people, especially white officers,” Brown told reporters.

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