Investigators are still trying to determine a motive behind the shooting inside Timberland Ford Wednesday morning in which employee Earl Edward Clague Jr., 51, allegedly crashed a pickup truck into the front of the dealership, exited the vehicle and began opening fire with a semi-automatic shotgun.
Law enforcement officials said during a Thursday afternoon press conference that Clague was an employee in good standing and had called in sick Wednesday.
PHOTO: Three people were shot and three additional people injured in the workplace shooting at Timberland Ford Wednesday. Above, a victim is loaded into an ambulance for transport to an area hospital. The identities of the shooting survivors have not been released; the shooter/suspect was pronounced dead at the scene.