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3 dead, 2 injured in mass shooting in Harford County, suspect on the loose

37-year-old suspect Radee Prince. (Photo, Harford County Sheriff's Office){ }

A mass shooting in Harford County, Maryland has left three people dead and two people in critical condition Wednesday morning, according to authorities.

Police say they got reports of shots fired at around 9 a.m. at Advanced Granite Solutions at 2111 Emmorton Park Road in Edgewood.

The Harford County Sheriff's Office says they have identified the suspect in the shooting as 37-year-old Radee Prince. He is also wanted in connection with a shooting in Wilmington, Delaware that happened some time around midmorning, according to the Wilmington Police Department.

Officials say that Prince is from Wilmington but has also stayed at a home in Elkton, Maryland.

Prince was an employee of Advanced Granite Solutions but has only worked there for about four months, according to authorities.

A witness to the shooting told ABC7's Brad Bell that the suspect gathered co-workers for a "meeting" in the shop area of Advanced Granite Solutions then started shooting.

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.

Authorities say they believe that a single handgun was used.

Jeffery Gahler of the sheriff's office called it "one of the most heinous acts we’ve seen in our county.”

The FBI, Delaware State Police, Maryland State Police, the Harford County Sheriff's Office, Wilmington Police and Pennsylvania State Police are all working to find Prince.

Authorities are asking anyone who sees him to call 911.

The Baltimore Sun reports that Prince was fired from a different job earlier in 2017 after he punched another employee.

Police say Prince may be driving a 2008 black GMC Acadia with Delaware Registration PC64273 seen here.

The FBI says they are treating this as a workplace violence incident.

The shooting has put multiple other businesses in the area are on lock down.

Both of the people in critical conditon were taken to Shock Trauma, officials say.

ABC7's Kevin Lewis obtained scanner audio of what sounds like a first responder finding a man with a gunshot wound in his head in connection with this shooting.

Police were also on the scene in the neighborhood where Prince stayed in Elkton.

ABC7's Scott Taylor says that Prince has a criminal record that includes dropped charges for a traffic stop where authorities found an illegal gun and ammunition.

The GoldStar Group's Michael Brodsky, who owns the building where Advanced Granite Solutions is located, released the following statement on the shooting.

Advanced Granite Solutions has been in Edgewood for the past 13 years, according to the Better Business Bureau.

Watch continuing coverage from ABC7 here.

Employees of Advanced Granite Solutions could be seen across the street from the crime scene, some with tears in their eyes and hugging each other.

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan released a statement on the shooting expressing his support for law enforcement and the victims of the shooting.

"I ask all citizens, especially those in this area, to please remain vigilent, and if you thinkg you have any information about this terrible crime, please call 911 immediately," Hogan said as part of the statement. "The First Lady and I ask that all Marylanders join with us in praying for the victims, their loved ones and those still fighting to live."

Harford County Public Schools later announced that certain Edgewood area schools were 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, according to WBFF.

That lockdown has since been lifted.

"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 obtained by WBFF.

WBFF reporter Kathleen Cairns says she obtained early video from the area.

Follow continuing live coverage from WBFF below:

This is a developing story.

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