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Dallas Mourns Police Shooting Rampage Victims

The city came together to mourn five officers killed in a deadly ambush Thursday night.

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Five police officers were killed and seven others were injured in a coordinated ambush at a anti-police brutality demonstration in Dallas late Thursday. Investigators are saying the suspect is 25-year-old Micah Xavier Johnson of Mesquite.

ABOVE: People pray and bow their heads for the police officers killed overnight during a prayer service at Thanks-Giving Square in Dallas, Texas, July 8, 2016.

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A Dallas police officer picks up a bouquet of flowers from the hood of her car following a prayer vigil in a park following the multiple police shooting in Dallas on July 8.

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People gather in a prayer vigil following the shooting deaths of five police officers last night during a Black Live Matter march on July 8.

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People gather in a prayer vigil following the shooting deaths of five police officers last night during a Black Live Matter march on July 8.

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Dallas Police Chief David Brown prays during a a vigil at Thanks-Giving square in Dallas on July 8.

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People pray at a faith vigil at Thanks-Giving Square in Dallas on July 8.

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People gather in a prayer vigil following the shooting deaths of five police officers last night during a Black Live Matter march on July 8.

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A man holds a sign reading "We Stand With You Dallas" during a vigil at Thanks-Giving Square in Dallas on July 8.

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Noelle Hendrix places flowers near the scene of a shooting in downtown Dallas on July 8.

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Michael O'Mahoney, a former police officer, places his patch on a make-shift memorial at the Dallas police headquarters July 8.

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