Suspect ID'd as 26-year-old Baltimore Co. woman
BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. (WBFF) - The suspect in a mass shooting at a Harford County Rite Aid distribution center has been identified as 26-year-old Snochia Moseley of Baltimore County.
Moseley died after shooting herself in the head, said Harford County Sheriff's Office.
Maryland State Police were searching an apartment where the shooter may have lived.
Online court records show a home on Ridgetown Drive, in The BLVD at White Springs apartment complex between Putty Hill Avenue and White Marsh Boulevard in the White Marsh area.
According to her Facebook page, she went to Overlea High School.
A neighbor at the apartment complex told FOX45: "I just saw her two days ago, helped her with a bag. It's all so tragic."
Moseley did not have any arrests for violent crimes in Maryland. Online court records only show nine traffic case numbers and a contract dispute.
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