Texas mall shooting updates: What police found after search warrant issued

Eight people were killed in the attack.

Eight people were killed and seven others were injured when a gunman opened fire at an outdoor mall north of Dallas, Texas, on Saturday afternoon, officials said.

The alleged gunman died after a confrontation with police at the Allen Premium Outlets, police said.

Texas DPS releases adult victims' names

The Texas Department of Public Safety released the names of the adult victims killed in Saturday's shooting.

They were identified as Kyu Song Cho, 37, of Dallas; Cindy Cho, 35, of Dallas; Christian LaCour, 20, of Nevada, Texas; Elio Cumana-Rivas, 32, of Dallas; and Aishwarya Thatikonda, 26, of McKinney, Texas.

Investigators said three unidentified minors, ages 3, 8 and 11, were also among those killed.

-ABC News' Stephanie Wash and Jack Date

What police found after search warrant issued

ABC affiliate WFAA has obtained a search warrant return listing what was found by investigators at the suspect's home.

Among the items were three boxes of ammo and loose rounds, a knife in a holster, two holsters and silver-colored handcuffs, according to the search warrant listing obtained by ABC affiliate WFAA.

-ABC News' Josh Margolin

Suspect terminated from Army after 3 months

The mass shooting suspect, Mauricio Garcia, joined the U.S. Army in June 2008 and was terminated three months later, according to an Army spokesperson.

"He was separated under the 2005 edition of Army Regulation 635-200, paragraph 5–17, Other designated physical or mental conditions," an Army official said.

-ABC News' Matt Seyler

6 victims remain in hospital

Medical City Healthcare said its hospitals are still treating six patients from the mass shooting.

Three are in critical condition, two are in fair condition and one patient -- who is at Medical City Children’s Hospital -- is in good condition, officials said.

Biden calls on Congress to pass assault weapons ban

President Joe Biden is renewing his call for Congress to pass an assault weapons ban following Saturday's mass shooting at a Texas outlet mall.

"Yesterday, an assailant in tactical gear armed with an AR-15 style assault weapon gunned down innocent people in a shopping mall, and not for the first time. Such an attack is too shocking to be so familiar," Biden said in a statement released Sunday.

"And yet, American communities have suffered roughly 200 mass shootings already this year, according to leading counts. More than 14,000 of our fellow citizens have lost their lives, credible estimates show. The leading cause of death for American kids is gun violence," Biden said.

Biden argued that "some progress" has been made as a result of the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, and his various executive actions, but blasted GOP lawmakers, saying, they "cannot continue to meet this epidemic with a shrug. Tweeted thoughts and prayers are not enough."

"Once again, I ask Congress to send me a bill banning assault weapons and high-capacity magazines. Enacting universal background checks. Requiring safe storage. Ending immunity for gun manufacturers. I will sign it immediately. We need nothing less to keep our streets safe."