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1 dead, 5 injured after Texas cabinet plant shooting

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Bryan Texas Shooting, Aerial View
Bryan Texas Shooting

UPDATE (6:15 p.m.)

BRYAN, Texas (AP) -- Police say one person was killed and four people were wound in a shooting at a cabinet-making business in Bryan, Texas, and a state trooper was later shot during a manhunt that resulted in a suspect was taken into custody.

Bryan Police Chief Eric Buske told reporters Thursday he believes the shooting suspect is an employee at the Kent Moore Cabinets location. Buske said the shooter was gone when officers arrived.

Buske said the shooting took place in the bays in a plant where employees make cabinets.

The Texas Department of Public Safety said the state trooper who was shot while pursuing the suspect was is in serious but stable condition.


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BRYAN, Texas (AP) -- Police say one person was killed and four people were wounded in a shooting at a cabinet-making business in Bryan, Texas.

Police said the shooter is not in custody.

Bryan Police Chief Eric Buske told reporters Thursday he believes the shooting suspect is an employee at the Kent Moore Cabinets location. Buske said the shooter was gone when officers arrived.

Buske said the shooting took place in the bays of the plant where employees make cabinets.

Police were looking for the suspected shooter, James said, but he could not describe that person.


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BRYAN, Texas (AP) -- Police in Bryan Texas are searching for the person who shot multiple people Thursday afternoon at a local business.

The shooting happened at a business called Kent Moore Cabinets. More than six people were injured and several are in critical condition.

"Today, April the eighth at approximately 2:30 p.m., we received a call of a shooting here at 350 Stone City Drive. Officers responded, they found several victims and they were checking the area, checking the building, looking for more victims. Right now, the subject is at large," said Lt. Jason James with the Bryan Police Department.

A school nearby, the Jane Long Intermediate School, was temporarily under a perimeter seal, but students were released to parents around normal dismissal time.

"Right now we feel that the scene is safe behind me. So we believe everybody left, so we're just trying to piece together what exactly took place leading up to this," said James.

The city is next to College Station, the home of Texas A&M.

This is a Developing Story. We'll have more information as it becomes available.

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