Police, ATF agents capture Maryland shooting suspect after 6th person shot

By Doug G. Ware  |  Oct. 19, 2017 at 6:57 AM
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Oct. 19 (UPI) -- Local and federal authorities said they captured a man wanted in the shooting deaths of three people at a Baltimore-area business park.

Police began searching for the suspect, identified as Radee Labeeb Prince, immediately after the shooting Wednesday morning in Edgewood, Md., about 20 miles northeast of Baltimore.

Bayarsaikhan Tudev, Jose Hidalgo Romero and Enis Mrvoljak were shot dead at the business complex -- where they were co-workers of Prince's, officials said.

Following hours of searching, officials said Prince, 37, was finally captured in Newark, Del., smoking a cigar. Federal agents were involved in the search and the arrest Wednesday night.

Authorities said Prince was arrested after a short foot chase.

Investigators are still trying to determine a motive for Wednesday's shooting, which also critically wounded two people.

The victims all worked for Advanced Granite Solutions in the Edgewood business park, where Prince was a machine operator, the company's owner said.

Authorities said Prince is also suspected of shooting a sixth person in Delaware about an hour after the workplace attack. That victim was shot in the head at a used car business, but is expected to survive, police said.

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