Woman worker at Rite Aid kills three, then herself in Maryland

Glock 9mm
A female employee shot a total of 6 people at a Rite Aid warehouse in Maryland before killing herself. She used a Glock 9mm pistol which she bought legally. Three victims died, three are expected to survive.

Aberdeen, Maryland – A temporary female employee opened fire at a Rite Aid distribution centre shooting seven, four fatally, including herself.

Harford County Sheriff’s office identified the shooter as Snochia Moseley, 26, of Baltimore County.

Authorities said the woman turned up for her workday on schedule at 9 a.m.

“At 9:06 am this morning (Thursday) calls were received reporting shots fired at the Rite Aid Distribution Center near the intersection of Speautia Road and Perryman Road.

“Deputies, officers, and first responders immediately responded to assist any victims and locate the suspect. At this time we can confirm multiple wounded and multiple fatalities,” the sheriff’s office reported in multiple posts on Facebook.

By 10 a.m the shooting spree was over.

There were hundreds of employees at the pharmaceutical company’s distribution centre at the time.

Sheriff Jeffrey R. Gahler said in a video stream on Facebook:

“She had reported for her workday as usual, and around 9 a.m. the shooting began, striking victims both outside the business and inside the facility. We do not at this time have a motive for this senseless crime.”

“7 people have been shot including the shooter. 3 people are are expected to survive. 2 fatalities at the scene. 1 at the hospital. The suspect was fatally injured by a self inflicted gun shot wound”

After shooting dead three people the woman turned her own 9mm Glock gun herself. She was taken to hospital but died.

Three others were taken to hospital but their injuries are not life threatening.

The woman had purchased the gun legally.

Moseley’s six victims, including the three who died, have not been identified.

Sheriff Gahler and County Executive Glassman give update to Rite Aid Warehouse shooting.

Posted by Harford County Sheriff's Office on Thursday, September 20, 2018