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CONCORD, N.C. -- Two people were shot and killed Friday at a soda bottling plant 25 miles north of Charlotte, police said.
Concord police Sgt. Lisa Linker said police were looking for the shooter, who ran away from the Sun-drop Bottling Co., which manufactures soft drinks and spring water at the plant.
Linker said an employee called 911 around 10 a.m. and told dispatchers there were two people down at the plant. The caller reported seeing the shooter running from the scene.
Earlier, Linker had said two women died in the shooting. She later told The Associated Press that the gender of the victims could not be immediately confirmed.
Linker said police were using a helicopter and police dogs to search for the shooter.
Police said they don't know the shooter's identity or have any ideas about a possible motive. They also don't know if there was a relationship between the shooter and the victims, whose names have not yet been released.