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Reports of more police shootings are coming out of the US, but local police are not directly linking the violence to attacks in Dallas.

The Dallas shootings left five police officers dead on Thursday, with five other officers and two civilians injured.

The officers were struck by sniper fire at a rally in protest of violence by police, in aftermath of police killings of black men.

Local police and newspapers in the US are reporting officers have been targeted in Tennessee, Georgia, Missouri.

The Wall Street Journal is reporting law officials believe the Tennessee shooting may have been motivated by recent incidents involving police and black people, but local police are hesitant to make that connection.

The news outlet says the New York Police Department Chief of Intelligence was investigating 17 threats against police that came in following the death of Alton Sterling, a black man killed by police on Tuesday.

None have been deemed credible, NYPD Commissioner William Bratton said at a news conference.

Tennessee

In Bristol, Tennessee, before the Dallas shootings on Thursday, a police officer was wounded while responding to a public shooting.

Two men opened fire on cars travelling along a highway, killing a newspaper carrier and wounding three others including a police officer.

Local news is reporting the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says suspect, 37-year-old Lakeem Keon Scott, “acted alone” and was armed with at least two weapons, an “automatic-style” rifle, a pistol and a large amount of ammunition.

Early findings indicated Scott may have targeted people and officers after being troubled by recent events involving black people and law enforcement officers in other parts of the country.

The TBI says it’s aware some media outlets are reporting white people were targeted in this shooting, but the TBI told News Channel 11 that wasn’t necessarily the case.

Missouri

In Ballwin, Missouri a police officer is in critical condition after he was shot in the neck during a traffic stop late Friday morning.

The St Louis Post-Dispatch reports the male officer had stopped a car for speeding on northbound New Ballwin Road and as the officer went back to his car, the driver got out, “advanced quickly” and fired three shots at the officer.

Local police are saying the shooting was an ambush.

“Make no mistake, we believe that Ballwin officer was ambushed,” St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said.

“It was clearly an ambush, an attack,” St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch said.

“There was no confrontation, no argument, no nothing.”

Chief Belmar declined to provide a motive for the shooting, but said “it’s safe to say it’s a very difficult time in law enforcement”.

The suspect, identified as Antonio Taylor, 31, was charged with first-degree assault of a law enforcement officer, armed criminal action and unlawful possession of a weapon. Bail was set at $US500,000.

Georgia

Reports coming out of Valdosta, Georgia, say a police officer was shot in the line of duty on Friday and is recovering at a local hospital.

The Valdosta Daily Times reports local police said officer Randall Hancock called for assistance when he responded to a non-emergency call at an apartment block early Friday, saying he had been shot.

Valdosta Chief of Police Brian Childress said the officer was shot multiple times and was taken to South Georgia.

The shooter was described as an Asian male. The shooter was also shot in the exchange and is in stable condition, Childress said.

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