Maryland and Delaware police have mounted manhunt for Radee Prince, the suspect wanted for shooting five people at a business park in Harford County and a shooting at a business in Delaware, Wednesday
Radee Labeeb Prince the gunman who fatally shot three co-workers and wounded two others at a northeast Maryland office park is reported to have before opened fire at a car dealership in the neighboring state of Delaware, just hours later on Wednesday, authorities said.
Prince, 37, shot the victims at the Emmorton Business Park in Harford County, Maryland at around 9 a.m. on Wednesday and fled the scene, sparking a multi-state manhunt along the Interstate 95 corridor.
Maryland police hunt Radee Prince who killed three, injured two at Maryland business and fled, early Wednesday
Prince is also linked to a mid-morning shooting in Wilmington, Del., the Wilmington Police Department said. He and his family are known in the area, cops said.
A witness said a victim was shot three times around 10:45 a.m. at the 28th Street Auto Sales in Wilmington, NBC affiliate WBAL reported. That’s victim’s condition wasn’t known.
Wilmington police confirmed that Prince is the suspect in a shooting at 28th Street Auto Sales at 2801 Northeast Boulevard in Wilmington.
Police the victim was shot three times around 10:45 a.m., authorities said. There is no word on that victim’s condition, but Wilmington police said the victim identified the Prince as the shooter as Prince, and said the two knew each other.
Wilmington police stressed that the shooting victim was targeted and that it was not a random shooting.
“This person shot six people in one day — three are dead. This is a person with no conscience. This is not a person to protect. This person doesn’t deserve any protection after what he has done to five innocent people and the other individual (in Wilmington),” Police Chief Robert Tracy said.
Police in Wilmington believe the same weapon was used in the Delaware and Edgewood shootings. Officers saw a vehicle matching the description in the lookout, but they lost sight of the vehicle.
Wanted FBI digital bulletin for Radee Prince
The FBI has a billboard running up and down I-95 from Philadelphia to D.C., and over to Atlantic City and Salisbury for Prince.
Prince who has 42 arrests in Delaware, including 15 felonies is considered armed and dangerous. He’s driving a 2008 GMC Acadia with Delaware license plates, Harford County authorities stressed.
The Wilmington police tip line is 302-576-3635 for anyone who has information.