What to know about the #FreeLloyd case and what it means for you

On July 29, 2017, an armed robbery of a convenience store in downtown Fort Worth, Texas, left four men dead.

The incident prompted a national outcry.

Police arrested a man who told investigators he was the robber.

But what exactly did the man say and how did the officers respond?

What we know now, in the aftermath of the case, and how it impacts the next steps of the investigation, is the man’s account is a central piece of evidence in the case against the four robbers.

Police arrested a suspect in the robbery of Fort Worth convenience store.

But there’s still more to the story and what we know about him is a key piece of the puzzle, CBS News’ Mark Segraves reports.

One of the officers involved in the incident said he was not the robber and that he was in possession of the gun when he was arrested.

But a former Fort Worth Police officer, who spoke to CBS News on the condition of anonymity, said he thought the man was, and said the officers who took the man into custody “went overboard.”

That officer said the other officers in the line of duty who pulled the suspect from the store were “absolutely stunned” by what happened that day.

The Fort Worth officer said his supervisor and the other officer in the area were in “total shock.”

“When the officers pulled him out of the store, he was completely limp and I could see his bloodied shirt,” the former officer said.

She was shaking. “

The police officer in charge was in shock.

She was shaking.

I mean, she was absolutely stunned.

She had tears in her eyes.

She literally couldn’t believe what had happened.”

The former officer described the incident as “a total fiasco.”

He said the former police officer, whom he did not identify, said officers had no idea who the man in question was, even after they began interviewing him.

As a result, the former cop said he feared for his job and his family’s safety.

“I don’t know if it’s possible to be an officer and be shocked and shocked that somebody you know could walk in here and do something like that,” the officer said, speaking on the phone from the Dallas area.

“That’s something that I didn’t even think I would ever see happen.”

Police Chief Michael Roper and other officers told CBS News that officers who were working at the time did not immediately realize the man they were investigating had been shot dead.

They also said the suspect was armed and that the shooting did not appear to be random.

“We’ve been dealing with the problem of this for a long time,” Roper told reporters.

“We’ve had the officer shot and the victim in custody, but that doesn’t mean that that wasn’t done in an attempt to cover up for what happened.

What the officer’s account suggests is that the officers were responding to a robbery and, in fact, the officers did not recognize the man, even when they were trying to talk to him.”

It seems like they had no knowledge that this man was armed,” Ropers said.

Investigators are reviewing video from surveillance cameras and audio from 911 calls and interviewing people who saw the incident, including the man who was in custody at the scene.

Police said the video may not show the entire incident.