Three people are hospitalized after a late-night shooting involving the Dallas police.
Shortly before 10 p.m., a Dallas police officer was flagged down by a person along the 2500-block of Grand Avenue who said they had just been robbed at gunpoint and that the robber was robbing someone else at that very moment.
When officers approached a vehicle where the man was said to be, a man inside pulled out a gun. The officers then opened fire and the vehicle, with a female victim inside, sped away.
Officers later found the vehicle, but the man was nowhere in sight.
A foot search for the gunman was then conducted. During the search, officers found a man who might who might have been the armed robber. While attempting to detain him, the man reached into his pocket and was then shot by a police officer.
In all, three people were transported to Baylor Medical Center in Dallas with gunshot wounds. None of the injuries are life-threatening and none of the injured were police officers.
Investigators have not released the alleged robber's name and have not said what charges he is expected to face.
NBC 5's Ben Russell contributed to this story. We will be updating this story throughout the day.