Suspect in Md. mass shooting also wanted in connection with Delaware shooting, police say

Radee Prince and the vehicle he may be driving. (Photo, Wilmington Police)

The suspect in the deadly mass shooting in Maryland Wednesday is also wanted in connection with a shooting in Delaware that happened just hours later, according to authorities.

The Wilmington Police Department says that Radee Prince, 37, of Wilmington, Delaware, is a suspect in a shooting midmorning in the 2800 Block of Northeast Boulevard in Wilmington.

The Harford County Sheriff's Office says they got calls at around 9 a.m. for a shooting at Advanced Granite Solutions at 2111 Emmorton Park Road in Edgewood, Maryland for a shooting that left three people dead and two people in critical condition.

Prince was an employee there and a witness to the shooting told ABC7's Brad Bell that the suspect gathered co-workers for a "meeting" in the shop area then started shooting.

ABC7's Scott Taylor says that Prince has a criminal record that includes 15 counts of burglary and dropped charges for a traffic stop where authorities found an illegal gun and ammunition.

Authorities have not released any injury information for the shooting in Delaware at this time.

Police say he has family in the Wilmington area and is from the 500 block of Kiamensi Road.

Officials say Prince is armed and dangerous and might be driving in a 2008 black GMC Acadia with Delaware Registration PC64273.

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 Prince to call 911.

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