Update: 12:15 a.m. ET. Police in Bryan, Texas, identified the suspect in the deadly shooting attack as Larry Bollin, 27, of Grimes County. He has been charged with murder and booked into the Brazos County Sheriff's Office.
The shooting took place at Kent Moore Cabinets manufacturing facility, where police said the suspect is an employee.
Police said four of the five victims are in serious condition, Click2Houston reported. One of the injured victims has been identified as a DPS Trooper, who was shot while pursuing the suspect, officials said.
Bryan Police Chief Eric Buske said the motive for the shooting was not known, and the gunman acted alone.
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Police in Bryan, Texas, say one person has died and another four are in critical condition after an employee of a cabinet business opened fire on their colleagues Thursday afternoon.
The suspect fled the scene and was later apprehended by law enforcement, and a state trooper was shot while taking the individual into custody.
What are the details?
The shooting took place at Kent Moore Cabinets. ABC News reported that when police arrived at the scene at around 2:30 p.m., the suspect fled but was later taken into custody in another county after a pursuit.
Bryan Police Chief Eric Buske told reporters that one victim died at the scene, and four more were taken from the business to local St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital in critical condition. A fifth person was transported for an asthma attack in the aftermath.
A Department of Public Safety officer was also shot when taking the suspect into custody. The officer is in serious, but stable condition.
KBTX-TV noted that nearby "Jane Long Intermediate School was placed under a temporary perimeter seal, but students were released to parents around normal dismissal time."
Bryan police told reporters that they have secured the area where the shooting took place, and a suspect was apprehended after a pursuit. The suspect's identity has not been revealed, but the individual was reportedly an employee at the warehouse.
Fox News reported that according to Bryan Police Lt. Jason James, employees of Kent Moore Cabinets were being interviewed and that witnesses had identified the suspect.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosive has sent dogs to the scene to assist in the investigation, which the agency says is "rapidly evolving."