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The Dallas Morning News via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT; MAGS OUT; TV OUT; INTERNET USE BY AP MEMBERS ONLY; NO SALES, Louis DeLuca
People comfort on another at the candlelight vigil for Christian Taylor, held in the parking lot of Koinonia Christian Church in Arlington, Texas, Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015. The FBI has been asked to help investigate the death of Taylor, a Texas college football player, who was fatally shot by an officer during a burglary call at a car dealership, a suburban Dallas police chief said Saturday.

ARLINGTON, Texas — Security footage taken before a Texas college football player was fatally shot by a police officer shows the 19-year-old breaking into a car and later crashing his own vehicle into the glass showroom.

Arlington police say officers arriving to a burglary call found Christian Taylor roaming inside the dealership's showroom early Friday morning. Police have said he refused to surrender and then tried to escape.

The car dealership, which released the footage Monday to The Associated Press, said it had no footage of the showroom.

The footage from the lot showed Taylor parking outside a gate and walking onto the lot. After breaking out the windshield of a vehicle on the lot, he returns to his own vehicle, driving it through the gate and then into the glass showroom.