Multiple Injuries After Shooting at Baltimore Area Business Park

Posted October 19, 2017

A gunman shot five of his co-workers at a Maryland office park Wednesday, killing three of them and setting off a manhunt along the I-95 Northeast corridor, authorities said.

"We can confirm we on the scene of a shooting in the Emmorton Business Park", Harford Sheriff said. "Multiple injuries reported". Two victims are in critical condition.

"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.

Prince, who police say drove away from that site, also is a suspect in a shooting that happened later Wednesday morning in Wilmington, Delaware, Gahler said, citing Wilmington police. The suspect fled in a black GMC Acadia with DE license plates after the shooting.

"There's an individual out there on the loose who committed one of the most heinous acts we've ever seen in our county, certainly we consider him armed and risky", Gahler told reporters.

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"I don't think anybody anticipated an issue here today when he came to work", Gahler said.

Tracy says authorities have not heard or seen Prince since the shooting about 10:45 a.m.

No other individuals are suspected of involvement in the shooting.

The FBI is assisting local authorities in the hunt for Prince.

Baltimore Sun reporter Justin Fenton contributed to this article.

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A Harford County District Court judge denied the order, saying the case didn't meet the required burden of proof.

Yellow crime scene tape cordoned off Advanced Granite Solutions on Wednesday afternoon.

"As much as you can be reassured in an incident like this, I'm reassured that we know who we're looking for", Gahler said.

As part of the on going search Delaware State Police have placed several New Castle County schools and offices on lock down.

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