Jarid Haddock, 21, of Yakima County,  was named the suspect of the shooting that took place in Yakima, Washington DC at a Circle K convenience store on Monday.

The police were able to chase Haddock down after hours of manhunt since he fatally shot three people at a Circle K around 3 pm local time. Haddock had escaped the scene of the shooting in a gray or silver Chrysler 200, according to Yakima Police Chief Matthew Murray. Murray added that it is possible that the suspect killed the driver of the car before escaping in it and it that case the driver would be the fourth victim.

A family member of the suspect called the police around 2:15 p.m. local time to report that he was “behind some warehouses” in the city, according to Yakima police. The culprit was promptly located by the police, who discovered that he had suffered what seemed to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. According to Murray, the subject was being treated by emergency personnel and no cops fired shots at him.

Murray said the attack was ‘random’ and the gunman allegedly walked up to the store and just started shooting. There is no clear motive behind it according to him.

“At approximately 3:30 this morning we received a call about a male who was shooting parties at a location of 18th street, in Knobhill, ” Murray said.

“When officers arrived they located three deceased parties at a Circle K convenience store and quickly realized that there was a second shooting scene across the street at the ampm” he continued.

Murray went on the say that the videos of the shooting have revealed that the suspect shot at the Chrysler in which he escaped and the passenger in the car can be seen in the videos moving across to the passenger seat. Whether or not the driver was killed is yet to be determined.