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BREAKING: Manhunt Underway For Mass Shooter Who Killed Business Employees Before Escaping

A manhunt is underway for the suspect Radee Labeeb Prince after a mass shooting at Edgewood Business Park.

Edgewood, MD – A manhunt is underway for Radee Labeeb Prince. wanted in the shooting of five people at Edgewood Business Park in what police are describing as a “targeted attack”.

The incident occurred on Wednesday morning about 8:58 AM, according to Fox News.

Three people have been confirmed to have been murdered, and two are in critical condition at Shock Trauma Hospital.”

Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said “We have lost three lives so far this morning in Harford County”, in what he described as a “targeted attack” and not a random shooting.

He said that “all five of the victims are believed to have been employees of Advance Granite Solutions”.

Police believe that Prince is associated with the business, and the owner said he had worked there as a machine operator for the past four months.

It is not known if he was still employed at Advance Granite Solutions.

The Maryland State Police said that Prince “may be driving a 2008 Black GMC Acadia SUV with a Delaware Registration of PC064273”, and warned the public to “use extreme caution if you see him.”

The FBI is assisting with this incident, and said that it appeared to be an incident of “workplace violence”. They said that no “ties to terrorism had been found”. ATF has also responded to assist.

Five area schools have been placed on modified lockdown including Edgewood High School, Edgewood Middle School, Deerfield Elementary School, Edgewood Elementary School and William Paca/Old Post Road Elementary School.

Modified lockdown requires students to stay inside the school, and no visitors are allowed.

No further details have been released.

This is a developing story and we will keep you updated. For all of our updates, follow us on Facebook and go to your news feed preferences under your settings, then select that you want to see more of Blue Lives Matter posts in your news feed. Otherwise, Facebook may not show you updates.

GinnyReed - October Wed, 2017

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