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paul wagner. he's live in edgewood where it all began. paul? >> reporter: this is the business behind me where it happened before 9:00 this morning, five people were shot inside this business here in a business park just off i95 three were killed two wounded, taken to a shock trauma in baltimore where we understand they're in critical condition. let's show you a little bit now, some information that we can pass along to you right away. this much we know so far. radee prince was a current employee of advanced granite solutions. of he has four months on the job. witnesses say he used a handgun. there were multiple people inside the business, who ran outside, who were not wounded by the gunfire and his motive at this point is unknown. the sheriff says this is very dangerous man, they don't know his motis,
and that the public should remain vigilant. let's show you video we shot earlier. at 8:58 this morning, the sheriff's office received a 911 call for a shooting inside a business in the emptierton business park off i95 in edgewood maryland. inside duties and found five victim. three dead. the two others were air lifted as i mentioned to baltimore shock trauma. all five are employees of advance granite. kevin doyle was in the back of the business when he said he heard a commotion. >> i was behind the building on the way to my tools and saw three spanish guys running back screaming, i could tell something was right and i said do you need help? they said call 911. someone is shooting next door. pretty much it. called 911 and they all scattered. went different directions and i started walking over that way and they said don't go, stay away from there. >> reporter: did you end up seeing him >> no, by the time i got there, people started coming out of th
that was about it. it was chaos. >> now, investigators say the shooter was identified very quickly by witnesses inside the business. and documents knew who they were looking for. radee prince, 38-year-old man driving plaque gmc ikeaed day with black delaware plates. police say he shot a man in the office of a used car lot. a fact confirmed by the sheriff who had this to say and an afternoon news conference around 2:00 today. here's the sheriff. >> it only takes 20 minutes to get to wilmington from here. certainly, i wouldn't say be -- -- be, where he seems in this incident to to have targeted his workplace. i don't know what the relationship is up there but i still believe he's probably targeting for a specific reason and not general. it doesn't mean he's an arm killer out there. so
anyone he encounters. >> reporter: we know that the authorities have been searching addresses, connected to prince, they have been looking for him in delaware, all through the maryland and up and down i95. they've been using helicopters and swat teams and dogs. the sheriff also wanted to pass along, of course, that they don't know his motivation and he wants the public to remain vigilant. here's the sheriff >> we have no information to say he has separated himself from the vehicle, we're again just calling for the public's help, not to try to encounter this suspect but if you see him, please pick up the phone and call 911 and let your local law enforcement know. he's gone from heartford county to delaware. we don't know what his intentions are or what his next stop may be. >>reporter: now, we know from the sheriff that they knew who they were looking for quickly because
business saw prince and now we know that apparently a witness up in wilmington delaware also identified prince and that's where we'll go now. my colleague, matt ackland is in wilmington with the latest on the search for prince and what happened up there. matt? >> reporter: paul, i'm here at the wilmington police department where there's a special command center set up on the second floor of this police station are authorities throughout this area, we're not just talking about delaware. we're talking about new jersey and maryland. they're all searching for radee prince, earlier the chief basically laid out the connection. he said it happened at a car dealership when prince arrived there and shot someone he apparently knew. police responded and went right for the victim and apparently at that time, prince's suv
leaving the scene, they wanted to attend to the victim first, then chased after the suv but it was able to get away. we asked the chief if he knew of anyone where prince may have gone to, anyone, any family member that may be shelter ing him in place and the chief had this comment for anyone who may be sheltering him tonight. >> this is a dangerous individual. this person shot six people in one day. three are dead right now. three are dead. this is a person with no conscious. this is not a person you should be protecting. this person doesn't deserve any protection of what he's done to five innocent people and the individual and the other innocent person that he's done up on 28th and northwest boulevard. my message to them is make a phone call, let us know where he's at. because he's going to go out and do more harm because he's desperate right now and as my officers south
want any of my officers coming across this individual as well and not knowing who this individual is. so they can cause harm to my officers or the public. call us, let us know where he is. give us information, help us out. because right now, this person is taken three lives and he's damaged three others. and he doesn't deserve to be protected. that's my message to anybody harboring this individual. >> something that was very shocking at the press conference, chief said the law enforcement here in delaware knew prince very well. in fact, he has been arrested 45 times, and there were 15 felony convictions. i talked to an officer, they say that is very rare for someone to have that many felony convictions. the one thing they believe that links these two actual crimes is that prince knew the victim. they believe that he knew the victims, they're not sure where he is
before, there is a command center set up here on the second floor of the philadelphia police department. authorities are doing everything they can to track him down. live in wilmington, matt ackland, fox 5 local news. our coverage continues with a fox 5 exclusive, neighbors of the suspect radee prince say for as long as they've known him, he never once seemed angry or aggressive towards anyone >> krysten leon is live in elkton, reaction from his neighbors, i can imagine earlier i was absolutely chaotic in that neighborhood. >> reporter: that's right, jim, absolutely chaotic is great way to describe it. it was more or less like a war zone out here. there were police officers with their shotguns in hand lining the street, swat members also with assault rifles in hand, as a matter of fact, there's still police out here as well. right in front you can see the maryland state police, they're crime scene division, they've been going
prince's home which i don't know how well you guys can see there, but it's directly behind that pole right next to that white house there. neighbors again, were stunned in disbelief, outside lingering around. many at one point were wondering when they'd be allowed back inside their homes. i do want to show and point out the video what it looked like earlier today. we're told police and swat teams, they've been out here since at least 10:00, 11:00 this morning, neighbors told us, you'll notice many of them like i mentioned armed with the shotguns, swat members carrying around assault rifles and neighbors just, you know, in general, stunned by all of this. they say they just can't believe the man accused of shooting and killing several people today in different jurisdictions lived right next door to them and one neighbor we spoke to, he described what it was like, his encounters with prince when he saw him outside. >> he was always nice.
i mean, he come out one morning and i said you need some help? he said i got it. no big deal. he never once showed any aggression. i come home three hours ago. and it was like, what the hell is going on? where do you live? i told them. they said well, your house is safe. next thing i know, i saw eight of them go in my house and had the windows open and sitting in my house. using my house as a base. i live right next door, i'm still trying to make -- you know, i mean, i live right next door to a killer. how do you fathom that? how do you process that? . >> reporter: that neighbor you just saw and heard from there
prince in that white house there tucked away in the corner with the no trespassing sign there. this is the latest coming out of elkton maryland. the neighborhood again of where prince lives right back in that area. again, with the maryland state police and crime scene division still here out on the scene gathering as much evidence as possible. we will of course, keep you posted on the very latest on this developing story, coming out of elkton maryland. jim? >> thank you, by the way, larry hogan put out a statement responding to the shootings. you can see it on the screen but he goes on to say if you have any information about this terrible crime, please call 911. the first lady and i ask that all marylanders join us for praying for the victims, loved ones and those still fighting to live. we will of course, keep you posted on air and online at fox5dc.com and on our mobile ap. on the way, senators grilled attorney general jeff sessions on capitol hill >> things got heated. the
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been another beautiful fall day, no complaints. >> i believe a lot of people thought it would cool and picked up the sun came out. nice day out there. here's sue. >> reporter: we had another cold start with a lot of places heading for the mid 30's, dc dropped to 45. a nice recovery this afternoon and pane places near 70 or even a little bit above it. 69 right now. here in dc, frederick, you're 72. 71 for culpeper. 70 in gaithersburg, westminster to 72, good news, we are not going to be quite as cold overnight. in fact, temperatures are trending anywhere from six to ten degrees warmer this afternoon than yesterday at 5:00. has a lot to do with the wind direction now coming in lightly out of the south, so that will keep us from seeing that frost advisory getting reissued tonight. that's not to say that there might not be a patch or two of frost here
widespread frost is not expected and our beautiful evening will go forward. as 7:00 i expect the temperature to be around 64 degrees. very little in the way of wind tonight, 9:00 temperature about 61. and by 11:00, we're looking about 58. quite a change from yesterday. now, we are not going to be frosty tonight. we will still be on the chilly side. let me show you what those overnight lows are looking like, 43 dulles compared to 36 last night. that will feel better. we were 45 last night, we'll be closer to 50. still chilly, no doubt about it. maybe the furnace still needs to click on tomorrow morning, not thinking you're going to have to do much in the way of scraping. a check of weather conditions for the kids at the bus stop. should feel a little bit better with range of 40 to 50 in the morning, plenty of sunshine and cool, not chilly. after school
and beautiful thursday afternoon, we'll have more with the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. jim and sarah? you may remember this story, you heard first on fox 5, this is cell phone video showing a white students using a pencil like a dart and throwing it into a black student's natural hair. this happen at brentville high school in prince william's county. the girl's mom told us the girl was being bullied and school wasn't doing enough about it. the school board is holding a meeting at 7:00 p.m. and this will be on the agenda, it will be held at edward l kelly leadership in manassas. they we only have much of a problem staying connected. more than 2500 high school students received free mobile devices as part of an initiative by sprint to provide internet to schools across the country. students in prince george's county will be able to take them home to do
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virginia. a north carolina mother is fighting back after the grave marker of her 5-year-old son was repiecesed >> he died of lukemia last november. during a recent visit she found the stone marker was gone, she said the owner of the company where she purchased it from had it removed because she owes him money. but allenerman said she paid had in full and is hiring a lawyer. a california restaurant is under fire tonight for using popeye's chicken and passing it off as theory own >> it's called sweet dixie kitchen and specializeds in southern country food. a customer said he saw >> they do use pop mes and says he was compensated for his meal by the manager. the owner responded to the yelp review and admitted to using the chain's chicken. they're not even like -- they just fessed up to it >> raw sewage is
streets. president trump >> do your job. a protest on the hill to demand nor support in the recovery efforts in the after math of irma, maria and harvey. but first, tisha. >> reporter: this hotel is where family'nd friends gathered and reunited with loved ones impacted by the shooting. we're steps away from where it went down. i'm tisha lewis. that story is next. are you prepared if an active shooter situation happened at your job. coming up, an expert in studio to explain how to prevent and rack to violence that could break out at work.
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gmc arcadia with a delaware license plate on the right of your screen, p cg 4273. picture on the right side of your screen. police say he opened fire at the advanced granite solutions at edgewood maryland. he shot five people and killed three, after that went to wilmington delaware where he shot somebody at a used car lot. family and friends were reunited with love ones near the shooting scene at edgewood. tisha lewis is live there with more on the story tonight. tisha? >> reporter: law enforcement is still on-site here at the rich land ball room center. they're still open. it's quiet and calm aside from the occasional car that passes through, this is still the location where police say concerned residents can come to reunite with family and friends or loved ones or if you have some questions. now, we did get a chance
speak with a man who met his brother-in-law in law here and said his brother-in-law works in the building where the shooting happened. he also says that he saw the shooting suspect as he went to and from work each day and he said that there were no doubt red flags. >> he always mad on work. i would say, hey, he was like, man, he never talked like with people. he was work like i believe one month, one month and a half. he was new however there. >> reporter: david mon toy yes works in the buildings where the happened. an hour after the accident there was a heavy law enforcement in this area be people who work in the area said they never seen anything like this, as for the richmond ball room where residentings are being urged to reunite. it's about an
from where it happened. it's also close to where we're told a prayer vigil will take place tonight. >> the message is that it takes all of us. it is a wholistic approach, takes the faith community, law enforcement. it takes businesses and government officials to be able to address this issue. >> reporter: and the issue that we are talking about now is workplace violence, as for this prayer vigil, tonight it will be led by, pastor brenda lewis. fox 5 will be there as long as with members of community as everyone mourns the loss of these victims, tisha lewis, fox 5 local news. while today's shooting was going on, our next guest was in the midst of teaching employees what to do in the event of an active shooter >> a company that specializes in showing businesses how to
such as today. thanks for coming in. >> absolutely. >> you were doing a class today. >> yes. >> when you heard word about this. i'm sure it plays out. do you see a major difference any time we have these workplace shooting incidents or does it sort of play out the same way? >> there are absolutely similarities between them. for instance, this particular event workplace violence in the workplace, covers roughly about 50% of those active shooter events that have been documented statistically speaking. so seeing it in the workplace, it's becoming commonplace >> from what we have been able to learn so far, is that somebody at the business granted solutions apparently had felt threatened and tried to get a protective order against him. but they weren't able to prove it. he wasn't basically able to get one. what does someone do in that case? not that he thought necessarily he was going to come back with a gun and shoot people. but what does somebody do in that case when they're trying to protect
>> to start, corporations and small businesses alone, this was a small business, five, eight, ten employees need to understand what workplace violence is. what it is not. and then what to do about it when it comes readily apparent that something is occurring. what are we seeing the pattern of? he didn't suddenly just decide this morning, this was something that was built up, built up. the employees recognized it for the months that he worked there. there needs to be with every company and corporation, a policy in place understanding what it is, what to do to help those individuals on an off-ramp, as it were instead of going down to that path to this horrible strategy >> when you have companies doing these active shooter trainings, coming up with some soft of plan, are you noticing more and more businesses at least planning ahead for the
>> there are a lot of companies being proactive and that is fantastic, there is room for improvement. you're seeing a lot of the recuperation, the continuation of operations, because that's a business. and that means money when these things occur. any active shooter event, it is discovered that roughly 25% of the employees will not come back to work. those employees of this particular location probably won't be back to work or this business, might actually go out of business. >> every business is different. some are small. some have, you know, numerous employees. what lengthths should the employer go to make sure that everybody on their staff knows perhaps there's a concern with somebody in particular, like, what can they tell you? there's a legal issue there as well >> sure there is, but once it becomes readily apparent, the employee, it's about reporting, it's up to the employee, not necessarily the employer who might not know,
not know. it's those individuals employees that said hey, you know, joe has said a few things that really aren't appropriate and reporting that. and then that, the employer then can take action, which none of the other employees really need to know about. let's be honest. we've all been in situations where you may have a coworker that you think people will joke about it flippantly, that will be person that will come back and do something. who do you tell aside from your coworkers? do you reach out to police? there's a whole system of notification things like this needs to be out there. >> in the companies and corporation that is have put those standard operating procedures in place, there's human resource, employee action or assistance programs that you can report to a supervisor and it's up to the supervisor then to inform possibly the security department for the smaller companies that might not have that type of capability, you know, it is
then to contact the local police. and the sheriff and or the -- the local police and say, look, this is the problem i'm having. how should we handle this? >> i think in the grand scheme of things, as we see what place out, seems that sometimes this is not something that can be totally avoided but it's about preparation and planning, regardless of how you go about doing it >> without a doubt. for individuals they need to have the mindset to begin with that you are going to survive an active shooter event, this is how you'll survive. first is mindset. you cannot decide the day that you start hearing gunshots that you are going to do something, what am i good day? the bad guy is already committed. planned and is there, you're playing catch-up. if you decide where is my exit? what do i do? and then they need to orient themselves to there's the violence, i need to move away.
distance, material between you and the violence. then unfortunately, if you have to, and i didn't hear any reports on this particular event. that's engaging the shooter. if you absolutely have to, and if you do, fight with everything you have. >> ridge kirchner. thank you >> you're welcome. coming up, apple says it is trained its new iphone x against racism. how company said the new device is programmed to not be discriminatory >> lego is forced to exclude a key hidden figures heroin from its women of nasa, the reason why next. here's brody. so we are less than a week away from the latest dc sports disappointment but the washington, dc opening night, nothing but optimism, we're going to tell you why this wizards team says they're going to turn the dc sports curse,
flip it on its head. sue? they got a new home to practice in. at least a new name. those guys look like they're getting a great work-out. hope they're not holding up traffic. the weather is cooperating, what a beautiful afternoon, high temperatures today near 70. and no frost advisory expected overnight. we have milder days ahead and a chance of rain showing up on the seven-day forecast. we need that. we'll talk about all coming up in a minute, we'll be right back. t back.
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76er's. >> brody? >> reporter: jim, you know, hope for dc sports fans. right when you think that you've reached the bottom of the well. it springs up again because another team has a season opener with all the optimism that comes with it. i'm going to talk to my man kevin he's a season ticket holder, a dedicated wizards fan. >> i believe >> you believe? >> chemistry, chemistry is what matters. i feel like no other team, anybody going as a free agency, we're just signing our young players for the nba draft, sort of like the golden state warrior, we don't have no chemistry. i believe the wizards going all the way. >> reporter: they call it dc family. that's the slogan. >> dc rising. >> reporter: let me ask you, it is tough to be a dc sports fan. >> yes. >> reporter: the team can't even get to the conference finals with baseball
appreciate them going to the playoffs. i appreciate that. but i believe this is the year. not going to sleep on the redskins neither, i think we might do something. of but the wizards, i believe in, i put my heart and soul. get me to the nba finals. you know what? kevin is not the only one that believes. check out this quote from john wall. john wall was asked about years after years of futility not just for the washington, dc team but every team in dc and he said, quote, it's just more pressure on me, which i love. it's more motivation for me. i'm fine with that. that the joe wall saying he wants to break the curse. it's been almost 70 collective seasons between the four major teams, capitols, redskins, nationals, wizards without reaching a conference finals. kevin says it's the year, john what you will said it is, i'm
convinced me. dc family, dc rising, going to make the conference finals. coming up at 6:00, big story here, they're facing the 76er's, markelle fultz making his debut at home in the dc area, we'll hear from him coming up at 6:00 >> your guy there will do commentary for it, i believe. >> reporter: my man is good. >> thank you >> i believe him when he says we're going to break the curse >> somebody has to >> what he really do, 70 seasons? we got a beautiful afternoon and evening. lots of fun for the fans down there. >> that's lot of sun out there. >> such a great, great afternoon. of and we did get up into the low 70's in many areas just wanted to let you know that as we go through the rest of evening, we're not thinking it's going to be frosty cold and we got a gradual warmup on tap. tomorrow about
were today. wall-to-wall sunshine again. minus the frosty start, it will be a cool start in the morning, friday's temperature 75 degrees, look at the weekend. saturday, 76. sunday, 77. so if it's just been a little too cool now, a little hint of summer-like temperatures back in the forecast for the weekend. a check of those temperatures right now, still close to 70 in most areas, 69 in dc, frederick, you're about 72 and overnight, we're not seeing as many places head for the 30's, that's why we don't have a frost advisory, but culpeper you could get down there. so could manassas into the upper 30's and patchy frost can't be ruled out but again, widespread frost is not expected tonight. also not expecting much in the way of rain be the country remains very dry with the exception of florida, pacific northwest and a couple of spots in california. we do have rain in the forecast. looks like it will be tuesday, wednesday of next week. for tomorrow, though, it's a chilly start again, not as cold as it has been. upper 30's to ne
tomorrow, which is why we'll have a glorious day and a gorgeous warm comfortable afternoon with temperatures again get you go up to about 73 degrees. here is your planner, 51 at 8:00 in the morning, can you describe that as chilly? i will. noon, 65, buy 5:00, 71 coming down from a high temperature of 73. looking good for thursday and actually this weekend looking great too. but high pressure gets off the coast you know what happens when that happens? we warm up a little bit. it will be mid and upper 70's for us saturday. more clouds sunday. but the marine corp marathon this weekend talk about that forecast as well as showing you the details saturday, 76, a few more clouds sunday, 77. and for those of you who are going to be running in this magnificent marathon, 57 start, by noon, about 69. of course, for me, i'll be coming in around 3:00 on my car, i can't believe that folks do that fantastic
here is your seven-day forecast, again, we have chances of rain coming in very late monday. hopefully welcome rain on tuesday. 72 and sharply colder wednesday at 62. jim and sarah back to you. >> thank you. it has been months in the making for the first time since the confirmation hearing. attorney general jeff sessions went before a senate committee in appointed an at times heated exchange. tom fitzgerald tracking this for us. fitz? >> reporter: jim and sarah if you remember, it has been since his confirmation hearing last time jeff sessions appeared before the senate judiciary committee. and he was back and they had a lot of questions for jeff sessions. they wanted to to know about the answer he gave. why did he tell senators that he had never met with russians when a couple of days later he had to come back out and say he in fact, met with russians and had to pull out of the russia investigation. that set the stage for special council robert mueller. the answer today from sessions, he says he didn'tnd
question. and that is why he gave the wrong answer. >> i took that to mean as, not any casual conversation, but did i participate with russians about the 2016 election, that something was wrong, every one of your previous questions talk about improper involvement, i felt the answer was no. >> reporter: democrats are, in fact, frustrated by a lot of the answers and non-answer sessions didn't give today, but he did confirm he's not yet been interviewed by the russia special council on the investigation. he would not talk about any private conversations though he had between himself and president trump citing executive privilege. on the hill, tom fitzgerald fox 5 local news. facebook is accused of outing porn stars and sex workers >> the feature on the social media site some say is exposing them in an unwanted way.
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where was raw sewage is running in the streets of parts of the island. elizabeth warren speaking earlier on the hill demanding more support in the recovery efforts in the after math of hurricanes irma, maria and harvey, protesters were calling for an immediate cancelation of puerto rico's debt. here's more of what she had to say >> some of the people to puerto rico to the people of the virgin islands, we have not forgotten you, you're our brothers and sisters. you are our fellow u.s. citizens. and you are part of our hearts. >> yes. moving to an mississippi now, an elementary school in jackson named after a
confederate leader will soon have a new named, it will be named barack obama, 98% of the students who attend are african-american, the president said they decided to change it to better represent the diversity of the school. the name change will happen during the next school year. overseas, president trump's wax figure made its way to madam too so he's in berlin. it stand in wax figures of others. 16 specialists worked on the figure. first lady donating her inaugural ball game to the smithsonian. she will hand over the white dress that she actually helped design. the designer will also be on hand. the dress will be on display in the first lady's collection at the national museum of american history. lay go's cool
set. but one of the key heroins will not be included. they calculated and it was portrayed in the film hidden figures but lego said it was unable to get approval from key people and must drop her. many figures will be included in the set available on november 1st. let's get you back to breaking news. this is out of anne arundel county where skyfox is over the scene what, if any, police are telling us are human remains found inside a park. you see police officers out there right now. this is holy avenue and chesapeake. we don't know if the victim is male or female or cause of death. but we'll keep you posted. twitter has new rules and how it aims to prevent violent and sexual content on its social media site. new questions about apple's new iphone 10 after the
model's facial recognition feature found to be discriminatory, apple said the new device is, quote, programmed to not be racist. to not be racist. vo: john adams' prescription for health care would be a disaster for virginia families. adams supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. seniors would be charged thousands more. 685,000 virginians would lose their health care. and adams is against medicaid expansion - denying coverage to thousands of veterans, children and the disabled.
. a judge denied sandusky a new trial on child sexual abuse charges, the former penn state assistant claimed he was wrongly convicted and did not receive proper representation. he said prosecutors failed to disclose information about victims changing stories. in 2012 he was sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison for sexual abusing nearly a dozen boys. facebook is under fire for inadvertently exposing
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will address diversity with the new iphone 10, the tech giant's new facial recognition feature supposedly can't be fooled by a put photo abuser, many are concerned since face id products in the past failed to recognize people with dark skin, apple said it's trained the system with more than one billion images. the iphone 10 debuts november 3rd. venmo users, it lets you send money or request money, but they can pay for online purchases on millions of mob retailing sites such as lu lu lemon and foot locker. they can make a purchase on the phone at any retailer site that accepts pay pal. ven
>> a lot of news to get through, standing by and they have it for you right now. this is fox 5 local news local news at 6:00. we begin with continuing coverage of the breaking news, the manhunt for a suspect linked to shootings in maryland and delaware. >> the first shooting happened this morning in edgewood in hartford county maryland, this is what we know right now. police are looking for this man, radee prince, he's armed, dangerous and desperate, according to the hartford county's sheriff's office, he showed up at where he was an employee, he shot five people, three died, two others in critical condition at a baltimore hospital. after the shooting, investigators say he drove to wilmington delaware where he shot had a man at a used car lot >> authorities throughout the area continue the manhunt for the suspect. he was last seen driving a black 2008 gmc arcadia were
delaware license plates, pc64273. we have live team coverage tonight from maryland and in delaware. beginning with fox 5's paul wagner live in edgewood where it began. paul? >> right now, the sheriff's office believes that he's still in that vehicle that you just mentioned. also that he is still on the run at this hour, a few minutes ago. the hartford county sheriff's office put out a tweet saying he's not been apprehended. they're still looking for this man, asking for help from the public the let's show you information that we have on this man so far. his name is radee prince and he was a current employee of advanced granite solution. he was four months on the job. witnesses say he used a handgun when he came here this morning just before 9:00. there were multiple people inside the business who ran outside, who were not wounded by the gunfire and at this