TEMPLE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – A report the Temple Police Department filed with the Texas Attorney General says a man who was fatally shot last month by an officer did not have a weapon.

Police have shared few details since the December 2 shooting in Temple, about 128 miles south of Dallas.

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Police have said Officer Carmen DeCruz fatally shot 28-year-old Michael Dean but haven’t said what led DeCruz to open fire.

Michael Dean and family (courtesy: Lee Merritt)

According to the Temple Daily Telegram, the report was filed Monday with the Texas Attorney General’s Office, which compiles information on officer-involved shootings across the state. The report gives basic information like the location of the incident but does not provide a narrative. It was filled out by a Temple police investigator.

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The report does say the shooting happened during a traffic stop.

Temple police spokesman Cody Weems said in a statement Tuesday that police are required to file the report with the attorney general’s office within 30 days of an incident.

He said that because police currently have “only limited information from sources that do not have first-hand knowledge of the facts,” the form might be revised later.

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DeCruz was placed on paid administrative leave after the shooting.