BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: Police have shot suspect Shareef Allman, according to ABC News San Francisco affiliate KGO-TV. His condition was not immediately known.
(CUPERTINO, Calif.) -- Police in Cupertino, Calif., are still hunting for a man that went on a shooting rampage at the Permanente Quarry early Wednesday, leaving three people dead and six wounded.
According to law enforcement officials, suspect Shareef Allman, who is in his 40's, also wounded the driver of a vehicle during a carjacking.
Allmann was still at-large as of early Thursday.
Santa Clara County sheriff's Sgt. Jose Cardoza said that Allman, described as a "disgruntled worker," walked into the quarry at around 4:15 a.m. with a pistol and rifle and opened fire. According to witnesses, the incident lasted less than two minutes.
Allman has a minor criminal record. He is also a community TV host who preaches about non-violence.
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