The suspect is Jarrod W. Ramos, a 38-year-old Laurel man whith a longstanding dispute with the Capital, according to law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation, the Capital Gazette reports.
He would not say whether a suspect was in custody, or give details about the extent of the victims' injuries.
Krampf did not identify the suspect but confirmed he is a Maryland resident with warrants being sought to search his home.
According to Davis, a single gunman shot through the glass door to the newspaper's office and fired at multiple employees. The suspect then opened fire, killing five people and gravely wounding several others in what authorities called a "targeted attack".
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"A violent attack on innocent journalists doing their job is an attack on every American", White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders tweeted. "Violence is never tolerated in any form, no matter whom it is against".
While police have not released the names of the five individuals who were shot and killed, the brother of one of the victims-editor and columnist Carl Hiaasen-has posted on social media that his brother is among the dead.
When police found the suspect, his weapon was on the ground and "not in his immediate proximity", Steve Schuh, Anne Arundel county executive, told cable news station CNN. "To my knowledge, there was no verbal aspect to the incident where he declared his motives or anything else, so at this point we just don't know".
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"The fellow was there to kill as many people as he could kill", Anne Arundel County Chief Timothy Altomare said Friday.
Police said Ramos was initially uncooperative and was not carrying any identification, so there was a delay in identifying him. Emergency crews are on scene assisting victims and police are clearing the building.
Live video images showed people leaving the building, walking through a parking lot with their hands in the air. Davis said in an interview with the Baltimore Sun, which owns the Gazette, that he and others were still hiding under their desks when the shooter stopped firing.
Her boss, Capital Gazette advertising director Marty Padden, described her as a thoughtful person who made sure the sales office ran smoothly.
"I'm a police reporter".
"I don't know that there was ever any thought to not putting something together", said Hough, who wasn't at the office when the shooting broke out.
"I don't know why". He said he and others were hiding under the desks - then the gunfire stopped, the newspaper reported. "I was breathing really loud and was trying not to, but I couldn't be quiet", she added.
Gunn said McNamara was workmanlike - "classic come to work and tell me what I need to do".
"Our community was shaken by tragedy today", he said. The New York Police Department said it was beefing up security at New York-based news organisations as a precaution.