Update: Watch a live feed here:
Update II: Eyewitness reports indicate that the suspect fired directly upon the police cars during the rally. The suspect may have been witnessed in an alley.
Update III (LB): According to an eyewitness at the hospital, one officer arrived with his left arm/shoulder bandaged but was conscious and sitting up.
Update IV (LB): Fox4 is reporting between three and six officers were injured.
One suspect is reportedly in custody and there are "negotiations" taking place with a second suspect.
One shooter is "neutralized." Three DART officers have been shot.
Three DART officers have been shot in downtown, per Asst VP Communications & Community Engagement for Dallas Area Rapid Transit tells CNN— Dianne Gallagher (@DianneG) July 8, 2016
Update VI: Dallas Area Rapid Transit is confirming that four officers have been shot, with one killed. The other three have non-life threatening injuries.
Four DART police officers were shot in downtown Dallas. 1 deceased, others not life-threatening. No IDs yet. Updates via twitter.— dartmedia (@dartmedia) July 8, 2016
Update VII: Three officers, including the DART officer, have been killed, according to Dallas Police Chief David Brown. The other two officers were from the Dallas Police Dept. Ten officers total were shot. Three are in critical condition.
BREAKING: DPD confirms 10 officers shot, 3 dead - 2 in surgery - 3 critical -shot by 2 snipers @wfaachannel8— David Goins (@dgoins) July 8, 2016
According to Brown, there were two snipers who ambushed from an "elevated position." Contrary to prior reports, apparently no suspects are in custody.
UPDATE: VIII (MV): Matt jumping in here now for updates. The Dallas Police Department have released a photo of a person of interest related to this attack. Police Chief David Brown says that 11 total officers have been shot, three have died, and one civilian has been wounded. Chief Brown also mentioned a bomb threat was also made by the shooters.
This is one of our suspects. Please help us find him! pic.twitter.com/Na5T8ZxSz6— Dallas Police Depart (@DallasPD) July 8, 2016
BREAKING: Dallas Police say the snipers are believed to have positioned themselves to triangulate and kill officers. Threatened to use bomb.— Tom Winter (@Tom_Winter) July 8, 2016
UPDATE IX (MV): No suspects are in custody. Four officers have now died.
With heavy hearts, we are devastated to report a fourth officer has been killed.— Dallas Police Depart (@DallasPD) July 8, 2016
UPDATE X (MV): Man featured in "person on interest" photo has turned himself into the police. SUB-UPDATE (KP): The person of interest sought is not one of the shooters and turned his firearm, which he was legally and openly carrying during the protest, into police.
Update: pic.twitter.com/qBJe3q0EtN— Dallas Police Depart (@DallasPD) July 8, 2016
Facebook video of DPD's original person of interest, handing over his weapon to authorities— Mike Leslie (@MikeLeslieWFAA) July 8, 2016
Via facebook live videohttps://t.co/hDmeV6T4sz
UPDATE XI (KP): A suspicious package is being investigated in downtown Dallas. The Dallas bomb squard is on scene. Police have taken both suspects into custody alive and have
declared the threat to the public over.
Update: pic.twitter.com/ukWSZJeZo3— Dallas Police Depart (@DallasPD) July 8, 2016
UPDATE XII (KP): Texas Governor Greg Abbott has released a statement.
UPDATE XIII (KP): Police have updated the public for the last time until the morning. They are currently negotiating with a suspect who is not cooperating and is exchanging gun fire with officers. The remaining suspect has also stated there are bombs "all over a parking garage in which he is hiding. Despite earlier reports, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said they are not confident all suspects have been arrested or taken into custody for questioning. He also stated he believes there are at least four suspects involved, one of whom is a woman in custody. It is still unclear if suspects were part of the Black Lives Matter protest.
"We still don't have a complete comfort level that we have all the suspects," Brown said Thursday night.
UPDATE XIV (KP): Three suspects are in custody. ATF and FBI agents are on scene and the FAA has issued a flight restriction over downtown as the situation continues to unfold. The police will give no further updates tonight, more in the morning.
BREAKING: Possibly 4 suspects altogether working as a team in Dallas ambush of police officers according to the Chief.— Tom Winter (@Tom_Winter) July 8, 2016
UPDATE XV: A fifth police officer has died.
Reports of shots fired Thursday night at an anti-police shooting rally in Dallas. A crowd was seen fleeing the scene and at least two police officers were seen lying motionless on the ground live on television.
According to Fox Affiliate KDFW, two officers were shot. Their conditions are unknown.
(Content warning: Some of these videos contain gunshots.)
BREAKING: Reports of shots fired at Griffin and Lamar in Downtown Dallas during protest march.— CBSDFW (@CBSDFW) July 8, 2016
Prior to the shooting, the protest was described as "mostly peaceful," with a small contingent of people yelling anti-police slogans.
There is no confirmation of a shooter down or in custody. Dallas police are reporting that the shooter used a rifle and police returned fire with handguns.
This story has been updated and will be updated as information becomes available.