- Imran Ali Rasheed, 32, called a Lyft to an address in Garland, Texas on Sunday
- Isabella Lewis, 26, arrived to pick him up before noon and Rasheed shot her dead
- He stole her car and drove 10 miles to Plano, Texas and headed to the police dept
- Rasheed was described as behaving erratically when he entered the building
- He left, then returned with a gun and opened fire, and was shot by officers
- No one inside the police station was injured but Rasheed died in hospital
- On Monday police revealed he had been investigated for terrorism 2010- 2013
- They found a note in the Lyft car which they said indicated terrorist inspiration
- The police refused to say which group had inspired him to carry out the act
Imran Ali Rasheed, 32, had been investigated for suspected terrorist sympathies from 2010 to 2013, police said on Monday.
On Sunday he called a Lyft to an address in Garland, northeast of Dallas, shortly before midday and shot dead the driver, 26-year-old Isabella Lewis.
Imran Ali Rasheed, 32, shot dead a Lyft driver - Isabella Lewis, bottom right - in Garland, Texas, on Sunday. He then drove to Plano police station and opened fire. Police now suspect terrorism.