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FBI: Texas Shooter Possibly Inspired By Foreign Terrorists

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This undated photo released by the Garland (Texas) Police Department shows Imran Ali Rasheed. Investigators are looking into whether the Texas man was inspired by foreign terrorists when he killed a Lyft driver on Sunday, Aug. 29, 2021, in a Dallas suburb and later opened fire in the police station of another suburb where officers fatally shot him. (Garland Police Department via AP)

(AP) — Investigators are looking into whether a Texas man was inspired by foreign terrorists when he fatally shot a Lyft driver in a Dallas suburb and opened fire in the police station of another suburb where officers shot him. Police say Imran Ali Rasheed ordered a Lyft in Garland on Sunday, then killed the driver, Isabella Lewis. Her stolen car was later found outside a police station in the neighboring city of Plano, where Rasheed began shooting and was fatally shot by officers. FBI agent Matthew DeSarno says he left a letter indicating he “may have been inspired by a foreign terrorist organization.”

 

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