HUTCHINS (CBSDFW.COM) — The charred remains of a gunman’s online auction purchase was towed Sunday afternoon; nearly thirty-six hours after chaos was unleashed in downtown Dallas.READ MORE: Man Fatally Shot While Meeting To Fight Suspect At Park In Arlington, Police Say
Suspect James Boulware unleashed several rounds on the Dallas Police Headquarters on Lamar Street — only after planting bombs outside the building.
The explosives were detonated by police, and the gunman led police on an intense gunfire-riddled pursuit to Hutchins, starting the standoff that became a national news focal point over the weekend.READ MORE: Texas House Members Urge Gov. Abbott To Reverse Ban On Mask Mandates In Public Schools
Boulware bought the armored van just days before the attack. It was described as a “zombie apocalypse assault vehicle” — purchased on eBay for $8,250.
The van exploded around noon Saturday after authorities detonated two C-4 pipe bombs inside:
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