SUSPECT PROFILE | No motive yet in Harford workplace shooting
PERRYMAN, Md. (WBFF0 - Harford County Sheriff’s Office investigators are trying to determine why a Baltimore County woman shot and killed three people and wounded three others before shooting herself in the head. It happened at a Rite Aid warehouse in Perryman near Aberdeen Thursday.
Maryland State Police converged at the Boulevard at White Springs Apartments Thursday night where they believe the shooter lived. The suspect is identified as Snochia Moseley. Investigators were armed with a search warrant.
Melvin Butler, a neighbor, said he saw Moseley just a few days ago. Butler said he helped her up the stairs with her bags. He’s stunned now to know his neighbor is an accused killer.
"It was shocking, 'cause I didn't know her. So, it was like, is she capable of [doing that], was she capable [of doing that], I didn't know. But to know it was her, it was like, it touched me,” said Butler.
Moseley, who was 26 years old, has no criminal record. Online court records only show several unresolved traffic cases. Now, she’s a woman accused of a deadly workplace shooting.
"It's something to think about all and all. Just to know, walking past people, you don't know what's going on..this life we live, we don't know what they're dealing with or what's what," said Butler.