The van used by a lone shooter to attack and then flee Dallas Police Headquarters catches fire outside a fast-food restaurant on June 13, in Hutchins, Texas. Authorities used controlled charges to discharge pipe bombs in the van after the shooter reportedly unleashed multiple rounds and planted explosive devices around the station before leading police on a chase that ended in a standoff in the parking lot of the restaurant.
Police use a robot to gain access to the suspect's van, which authorities believed was rigged with explosives.
Evidence markers sit by bullet casings on a sidewalk near the police headquarters.
FBI evidence response team members look down at a piece of marked evidence on the street in front of Dallas police headquarters.
A sniper and a tactical officer take up positions on the shoulder of Interstate 45 at Dowdy Ferry Road.
Police setup a remotely operated robot during the standoff.
A Dallas County Sheriff's officer directs traffic at the intersection of Dowdy Ferry Road and Interstate 45.
Police block the intersection of Dowdy Ferry Road and Interstate 45 near where the suspect was barricaded in a van.
Police officers walk down Belleview Street on June 13, one block away from Dallas Police Department headquarters, as they search the area after the early morning attack on the building.
Dallas police officers search Belleview Street near the headquarters.
Officers check a newspaper rack. At least two pipe bombs that were found outside the police headquarters after the initial shooting.
A resident walks his dog past police blocking the road near Dallas Police Department headquarters.
Dallas police released a photo of a squad car struck by bullets. No officers were injured.
Dallas police posted on Twitter this image of damage to the headquarters.
Bullet holes can be seen in the windows of the headquarters.