Three Dead, Two Injured in Maryland Workplace Shooting

UPDATE: Maryland Workplace Shooter Captured in Delaware

Radeed Prince killed three and injured two more in Edgewood, Maryland and injured one more in Wilmington, Delaware.

[UPDATE: October 19, 2017 9:00 AM]

A man suspected of a workplace shooting in Maryland that killed three people and critically injured two more has been captured by police in Delaware.

Radeed Prince was caught on Wednesday evening after a short foot chase in Newark, Delaware, after authorities received a tip that he had been seen in a neighborhood. State and law enforcement officials, as well as federal agents, descended on the neighborhood, fanning out to look for Prince.

Three ATF agents spotted Prince on foot near the Four Seasons Parkway in Newark as he was smoking a cigar. When the agents approached him, he ran and dropped a gun, police told ABC News. Prince was then apprehended without incident and authorities received the weapon.

The three individuals who were killed at Advanced Granite Solutions were identified by the Harford County Sheriff's Office as 53-year-old Bayarsaikhan Tudev, 34-year-old Jose Hidalgo Romero and 48-year-old Enis Mrvoljak. The two others injured at Advanced Granite Solutions remained in critical condition Thursday at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center, police said.

Prince is also wanted on the shooting of another person in Wilmington, Delaware. Witnesses say Prince entered a car dealership, found the owner's office and shot him twice, once near the head and once in his body, before the gun jammed. Prince then fled the car dealership.

Prince was processed into jail late Wednesday night.

[UPDATE: October 18, 2017 1:45 PM]

Harford Sherriff's Department confirmed that Radeed Prince was an employee of Advanced Granite Solutions, where he shot and killed three people and wounded two more.

Prince fled the scene of the crime and avoided police for most of the morning. News then broke of a second shooting in Wilmington, Delaware about 53 miles from Edgewood, Maryland where the first shooting took place.

Police across state lines confirmed Prince walked into a car dealership and shot the owner three times before his gun jammed. He left the car dealership in the black Acadia that the police mentioned earlier in the morning.

Prince worked at Advanced Granite Solutions for about four months before the shooting on Wednesday morning. Some local news stations have reported that witnesses say Prince gathered several co-workers for a "meeting" before he open fired on them with a handgun.

The two wounded victims are in critical care at a local hospital. It has been reported that one victim is out of surgery.

Original story below.

Police have confirmed three people were killed and two others were injured in a shooting at Advanced Granite Solutions on Wednesday morning in Edgewood, Maryland.

Just before 9 a.m., a man entered Advanced Granite Solutions in Emmorton Business Park. Witnesses say they heard arguments and then several shots fired. Police were on the scene in just minutes.

Suspect Radeed Labeeb Prince, 37, was able to flee the scene of the crime after the shooting in a GMC Acadia with Delaware plates reading PC06273. He is considered armed and dangerous. Police urge all citizens in the area to call 911 if they have information on the location of the suspect.

The shooting was described by police as a targeted attack, but have not confirmed if Prince worked at the business or knew the people inside.

The victims of the shooting are all employees of Advanced Granite Solutions.

This is a developing story.

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