Suspect in Emmorton Business Park shooting identified

Suspect in Emmorton Business Park shooting identified

Suspect in Emmorton Business Park shooting identified

Police in Maryland are conduct a manhunt for a suspect who allegedly killed three people in a mass shooting that occurred on Wednesday morning.

Maryland State Police released an image of Radee Labeeb Prince, 37, who is suspected in the shootings.

"Currently we have lost three" and the other two hit were seriously wounded, at the Emmorton Business Park in Edgewood, roughly 30 miles northeast of Baltimore, Harford County, Gahler told reporters. Two victims are in critical condition.

All five of the victims are reportedly employees at Advance Granite Solutions, according to Gahler. State police said they consider him "armed and risky". If you have information on his whereabouts, call 911 immediately. Gahler gave no motive for the shooting and said Prince had fled in a black GMC Acadia with DE license plates. Prince has been an employee for four months, working as a machine operator, owner Barak Caba told the AP in a brief telephone interview.

The man said in his written application that Prince came back to the business several times after he was sacked.

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"If anyone sees the suspect, he's armed and risky", said Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler in a press conference, adding that authorities "don't believe others were involved".

A former co-worker sought a restraining order against him in February, the paper reports. He faced several gun charges in March 2015 in Cecil County, including being a felon in possession of a firearm and carrying a handgun in the vehicle.

The Baltimore Sun reports Prince was sacked from another job earlier this year after he attacked a co-worker.

Five schools in the Edgewood area were placed on lockdown following the shooting.

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