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BREAKING NEWS - Three people dead and two hospitalized after 'workplace shooting' at Baltimore granite company as police say 'armed and dangerous' killer is on the run
- Cops say Radee Labeeb Prince, 38, shot five people at Emmorton Business Park at around 9am Wednesday
- All five people worked at Advance Granite Solutions; it's not known if he did too; two died on the scene
- Prince fled in a black GMC Acadia with Delaware license plate PC0 64273; police said not to approach him
- Schools and businesses around the park are no longer on lockdown, as Prince is believed to be far from there
- A worker from near the scene said that the shooting had followed an argument but other details are unclear
- Those concerned about relatives should go to Richlin Ballroom for more information, cops said
Three people have died and two were hospitalized after a shooting took place in a Baltimore-area granite company on Wednesday morning.
Police said Radee Labeeb Prince, 38, shot five people at Advanced Granite Solutions in the Emmorton Business Park, around 20 miles northeast of central Baltimore, shortly after 9am.
He then fled the scene in a car and is now at large and 'armed and dangerous,' police have warned. Businesses and schools remain on lockdown, WBALTV11 reported.
Police are seeking Radee Labeeb Prince (pictured left and right), 38, who is suspected of shooting dead three people and leaving two more in critical condition after 9am Wednesday at a business park outside Baltimore
The shooting occurred at Advanced Granite Solutions (seen left, under white sign) in Emmorton Business Park, northeast of Baltimore. It's not yet confirmed that he worked there but it's been called a 'workplace shooting'
Locals who overheard the incident said it occurred after a loud argument but no other details are known. The business had around 20 workers, a local restaurant employee said. Prince is said to be 'armed and dangerous' and on the run
Speaking at a press conference, Major William Davis Harford of the County Sheriff's Department said that deputies arrived on the scene within four minutes of the shooting.
They found five people wounded, two of whom died on the scene, with a third dying later. Two others are hospitalized - one in critical condition and another in serious condition.
Prince is then believed to have fled the scene in a 2008 black GMC Acadia with the Delaware license plate PC0 64273.
With Prince now no longer believed to be in the area, the lockdown placed on the park - located on Emmorton Park Road near Edgewood Road - and its surrounding schools and businesses, has now been lifted.
Prince should be considered 'armed and dangerous' and not approached, Davis said. Anyone spotting him should call 911 immediately, he added.
Those with information can also call 1-800 CALL-FBI (2255-324).
Police are '100 per cent sure' that Prince is the only suspect, he said. Davis said that initial investigations suggest that the victims were shot with a handgun - the only weapon believed to be used in the crime.
The crime is considered a 'workplace shooting' as all five victims work at Advance Granite Solutions, but it's not yet been confirmed whether Prince worked there.
The business, which produces granite counter-tops, is believed to have around 20 employees, a nearby Burger King employee told WBALTV11
Police said Prince fled in a black GMC Acadia (similar car pictured) with Delaware licence plate PC0 64273. They are now desperately seeking the car. A Dodge Charger mentioned by police earlier in the investigation has been found and cleared
Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler (pictured) said that the incident was the worst that Harford County had seen. A second vehicle related to the shooter was found in Elkton but it has now been cleared
Those worried if friends or family may have been hurt should go to Richlin Ballroom at 1700 Van Bibber Rd, Edgewood, for more information, police said. Counselors and a chaplain are also on hand there.
A 'tactical situation' was reported at a suburban house in Elkton, Cecil County, around 35 miles away. Davis said that police had located another car linked to Prince - a Dodge Charger - at the location, but the suspect was not there.
A heavy police presence - including FBI and SWAT teams - was observed on the scene, including at a Motel 6 close to the park. It's unclear what relevance the hotel had to the investigation.
A substantial ATF response was also noted, despite only one handgun believed to be used in the commission of the crime.
Daniel Board Jr, the agent in charge, said that it was Maryland ATF policy to send out teams in full to any incident with a large number of victims regardless of the number of guns involved.
He added that two Full Violent Crime groups had been deployed, and that K-9 units were being used in both Maryland and Delaware to search for Prince.
Witness Mike Sullivan, with RE Michel Company, told WBALTV11 about what occurred prior to the shooting, according to his friend.
'Next door we have another business that we know pretty well, and as we were outside talking the guy said that he heard a bunch of arguing that calmed down,' he said. 'Then, he heard a bunch of more arguing.
'He said it sounded like a big huge fight going on and then next think he knew he heard some noises - didn't sound like gunshots or didn't really think it was gunshots - but the next thing he knew that's when all chaos broke out.'
Two unidentified bystanders hug at the business park after the shooting. Police said one handgun was used in the shooting and they were '100%' sure there were no other suspects
According to publicly available records, Prince was living in a home in Wilmington, Delaware, until May of this year.
He has at least four counts on his criminal record, all in Cecil County, Maryland, from March 2015. They are Illegal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon; illegal possession of a registered firearm; illegal possession of a firearm; and having a handgun in a vehicle. It's not yet clear what his previous conviction was.
Earlier on Wednesday, the Harford County Public Schools website said that several schools had been placed 'on modified lockdown' due to 'an abundance of caution'.
But that lockdown was lifted before 12:30pm after assurances from the Harford County Sheriff that Prince is no longer in the area.
The schools now reopened and functioning normally are Edgewood High School, Edgewood Middle School, Deerfield Elementary School, Edgewood Elementary School and William Paca/Old Post Road Elementary School.
'We will proceed with all remaining activities today, including athletic events, as planned,' the organization said on its website.
Businesses, including hotels, in the area were also opening up, it was announced.
The incident occurred two miles from the Panera Bread location in Abingdon, Baltimore, where two sheriff's deputies, Patrick Dailey and Mark Logsdon, were shot dead in February 2016.
David Brian Evans, 67, shot one officer in the head, and was pursued by a second officer. Evans and that officer exchanged gunfire, both sustaining fatal injuries.
Hotels, businesses and schools in the area are on lockdown while federal and state police investigate, although the area is beginning to open up