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Three dead, including gunman, after Albertville Mueller Co. shooting

Police are investigating the motive behind the incident at Mueller Company.

ALBERTVILLE, Ala. — Three people are dead, including the suspect, and two people are injured after a mass shooting in Albertville Tuesday morning.

The Albertville Police Department were notified that a shooting occurred at Mueller Company on Industrial Boulevard around 2 a.m.

Once police arrived at the scene, the suspect left the shooting in his Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Michael Lee Dobbins and David Lee Horton were killed in the shooting.

Casey Sampson and Isaac Byrd were injured and transported to Erlanger Hospital in Chattanooga, TN.

Hours later, the suspect was identified as 34-year-old, Andreas Deon Horton, who was an employee at Mueller Company.

The suspect was found dead in his vehicle that was parked near Guntersville City Cemetery.

Police say he died from a self-inflicted gun wound and found multiple weapons in his vehicle.

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As of now, Albertville Chief of Police, Jamie Smith, said there is no relation to the suspect and the victims.

There is no known motive for this shooting at this time, but Smith said they will continue to work on recovering as much information as possible.

"I would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to the Mueller Company in the coming days, they have been a pillar and a great community partner in Marshall County for many years," said Smith.

"I would also like to extend thanks for assistance during the response and investigation to the incident to many local law enforcement agencies."

Those who responded to the shooting include the following.

Boaz Police

Guntersville Police

Douglas Police

Arab Police Department

Marshall County Sheriff's Department

Marshall County  District Attorney's Office

Marshall County  Drug Task Force

Marshall County Coroner's Office

Etowah County Sheriff's Department

Attalla Police Department

Sardis Police Department

Dekalb County Sheriff's Department

ALEA and Secretary Hal Taylor

North Alabama Criminal Organized Crime Task Force 

Huntsville RCFL-FBI

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EMS that responded to the scene:

Albertville Fire and Rescue

Boaz Fire and Rescue

Marshall Health Systems Ambulances

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