Five people have been shot at the Emmorton Business office park in Edgewood, Maryland, 30 miles northeast of Baltimore, Wednesday morning. At least three people are dead. Those wounded are in critical condition at Shock Trauma, University of Maryland medical.
The shooting occurred around 8:58 a.m. at Advanced Granite Solution, all the victims being employees of the business. The shooter left the scene and is believed to be on the loose. He was driving a black 2000 Chevy Acadia with Delaware tags. No one has been arrested. “This does appear to be a target attack, limited to that business,” the Harford County sheriff said at a news conference.
He identified the suspect as 37-year-old Radeed Labeeb Prince. He has a criminal history. The exact association between the gunman and the business was not immediately known. The suspect used a handgun in the shooting. He is considered dangerous. “We do not believe that anybody else was involved in this incident,” the sheriff declared. Five schools in the Edgewood area were placed on modified lockdown with no outside activities, so students are being kept in the buildings, and visitors are not permitted, as a precaution. The federal Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) out of Baltimore has responded to the scene to support the local Harford authorities in their investigation.