At Least Five People Shot An An Office Park In Maryland

Posted October 19, 2017

A multi-state hunt is underway for a man accused in shootings in Maryland and neighboring DE on Wednesday morning - including killing three people and injuring two others at his Maryland workplace, authorities say.

The shooter entered Advanced Granite Solutions in a business park outside Baltimore and fired multiple shots from a handgun, hitting five people, Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler told reporters.

"This does appear to be a targeted attack, limited to that business", Gahler said, noting that Prince likely used a single weapon in the deadly incident.

Radee Labeeb Prince, 37, is suspected in the shooting, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said.

He is thought to have sped away from the scene in a 2000 black Acadia, with a DE licence plate.

Prince is considered to be armed and unsafe, officials said, and he has a criminal history although officials did not elaborate.

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"I don't think anybody anticipated an issue here today when he came to work", Gahler said. The police chief wouldn't elaborate the past history the victim and Prince had, other than to say: "This individual knew the people he wanted to shoot", Tracy said.

Across the road, several employees, some wearing lime green T-shirts with the Advanced Granite Solutions logo, embraced each other as they waited for news of their colleagues. CBS Baltimore reports he was charged in DE with 15 burglaries in the early 2000s, for which he served two years in prison.

Witness Mike Sullivan told WBAL that someone from a nearby business described the shooting to him. "We're actually locked in right now with three of our clients".

A number of Harford County Public Schools in the area are on a "modified lockdown".

Special agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives were at the shooting scene to help the sheriff's department, the ATF said.