Maryland shooting: 3 dead, 2 in critical condition in ‘targeted attack’

Three people were killed and 2 others were in critical problem after a ‘targeted attack’ by a gunman at a business north of Baltimore early Wednesday, officials said.

The particular suspect was not in custody plus police had launched a catch for the shooter,   identified simply by Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler as 37-year-old Radeed Labeeb Knight in shining armor.

“We have lost three lives so far today in Harford County, ” Gahler said at a news conference, including it was not a random shooting yet a “targeted attack. ”

All 5 of the victims are believed to are employees of Advance Granite Options, according to Gahler.

The Harford County Sheriff’s Office said the shooting happened at the Emmorton Business Park within Edgewood, located about 20 mls northeast of Baltimore.

“We will tell you we are on the scene of a capturing in the Emmorton Business Park. Several injuries reported, ” the sheriff’s office tweeted.

Shots phoned out around 9: 30 the. m., FOX45 Baltimore reported .

“Police Action in area of Emmorton Business Recreation area. Avoid the area, ” police messaged.

2 victims from the shooting were delivered to Shock Trauma hospital in Baltimore and are listed in critical condition, the particular facility said on Twitter.

Businesses in the area had been on lockdown as a result of the capturing.

A company owner told FOX45 police informed them there was an active shooter, and also to go back inside the building.

Dorrie Chetelat, who works at KC flooring near the scene of the capturing, told FOX45 he heard “a lot of people yelling, and screaming” in some sort of argument before law enforcement arrived at the scene. ‘

Some colleges in the area have also been placed in modified lockdown as a result of police activity.  

Special brokers from Bureau of Alcohol, Cigarette, Firearms and Explosives Baltimore Industry Division are at the office park to help local law enforcement, the agency mentioned.  

The business park is just south from the Interstate 95 interchange with Path 24.

This is a developing story. Come back for updates.