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FBI agents and Dallas police officers arrived at the suspected shooter’s Dallas home to investigate and interview family members.

Governor Abbott, lawmakers and Allen natives react after fatal shooting at Allen outlet mall

Shooter not found after reports of an armed person at Stonebriar Mall in Frisco, police say Texas — Following the shooting at Allen Premium Outlets on Saturday that left at least nine people dead and several injured, several FBI agents are inside a home in Dallas’ Northeast Patrol Division, and Dallas police officers are outside.

Multiple sources say this is the house where the alleged shooter lived along with his parents.

Agents have been inside talking to his family. They have also requested a translator.

FBI agents showed up Saturday night, neighbors said, and have been there ever since. They say the suspected shooter is in his 30s and has lived here for as long as anyone can remember.

They say that he drives a gray Charger that has always been parked in front of the house, except in the last few weeks, when they noticed that he was not there.

Neighbors say they don’t remember any police activity or problems at the residence.

At this time, the suspect’s name is not being released because his identity and his connection to the Allen shooting have not yet been officially confirmed.

But neighbors say the suspect always wore some sort of security guard uniform, though no one says they’ve ever seen him with any kind of weapon. They say that he was very quiet, but they say that they noticed certain unusual and calm behaviors.

Federal agents are likely to spend days, or even weeks, going through all of the suspected shooter’s belongings, computers, phones and anything else they can find to determine a possible motive for the shooting.

The Dallas Police Department’s computers are still down after the city’s system was hit by ransomware Wednesday, making it difficult for them to get information about previous calls to the house, they say.