A mass shooting in Harford County, Maryland has left three people dead and two people seriously injured Wednesday morning
according to authorities.
Police say they got reports of shots fired at around 9:00 a.m. at Advanced Granite Solutions at 2111 Emmorton Park Road, Edgewood.
The Harford County sheriff's office says they have identified the suspect in the shooting as 37-year-old Radee Prince who authorities say is associated with the business.
Officials say that all five of the victims are associated with Advanced Granite Solutions and that a manhunt is underway for Prince. He is considered armed and dangerous, officials say.
Police say Prince may be driving a 2000 black Chevy Acadia like the one seen here.
Brad Bell reports that this appears to be a work place related incident and multiple businesses in the area are on lock down.
Harford County Public Schools later announced that certain Edgewood area schools are in modified lock down, including Edgewood Elementary School, Edgewood Middle School, Edgewood High School, Deerfield Elementary School, and William Paca/Old Post Road Elementary School
"Our schools are secure at this time and we ask for your patience and understanding that we are receiving an influx of calls," Harford County Public Schools said in a statement.