Snochia Moseley Identified As Aberdeen, Maryland, Shooting Suspect

Authorities identified Snochia Moseley as the suspect in Thursday's shooting at a Rite Aid distribution center in Aberdeen, Maryland. Harford County Sheriff Jeff Gahler said the 26-year-old died at the hospital from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on Thursday.

Seven people, including the suspect, were shot at the scene.

The suspect was a temporary employee at the distribution center and had an address in Baltimore County. She reported to work as usual on Thursday morning before the shooting began. Authorities said they believed that she acted alone and that there was no other danger to the public.

Gahler said authorities did not have a motive for what he called a "senseless crime."

"[It's] another tragic event for us here in Harford County," he said.

The suspect carried out the shooting armed with one handgun and multiple magazines, authorities said. Four people died, including the suspect. Three others with injuries were expected to survive, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said in an update.

The first reports of the shooting came in around 9 a.m. local time on Thursday. Multiple responding organizations were quickly dispatched to the scene on Spesutia and Perryman roads. A Rite Aid spokesperson told CNN the shooting happened adjacent to the primary building in the distribution center.

The shooting in Maryland came just a day after two other workplace shootings—one in Middleton, Wisconsin, and another in Masontown, Pennsylvania. Former U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords, who was a victim of a shooting in 2011, railed against the "everyday" nature of such violence.

"If gun violence feels like it's become an everyday occurrence, that's because it is," Giffords said. "Every single day, nearly 100 lives are lost because of guns. But every time you hear news of another shooting, remind yourself that this level of gun violence is not normal."