At least six people are injured after an office-complex shooting in Phoenix, USA Today reports Jan. 30. The violent rampage happened Wednesday at 10:30 a.m., MST on the second-floor of a building located at the 7310 block of 16th Street near Glendale Avenue.
The gunman is not in custody and remains at large.
Three of the six people injured were shot -- with one of them in critical condition and the other two with less severe wounds. The condition of the other three victims are unknown.
Officer Tommy Thompson of the Phoenix Police Department said they believe only one suspect is responsible for the office-complex shooting. A motive for the violent rampage is unclear at this time. Thompson did say that it does not appear to be a "random" act.
"At this point we don't believe he is in the area," Thompson said. "This doesn't appear to be a random type of incident."
According to a witness near the office complex in Phoenix there are up to 50 police cars, eight firetrucks, and K-9 units are at the location.
The total number victims has not been officially confirmed and authorities. Story is still developing on this incident.