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(KINNESAW, Ga.) — Police in Cobb County, Ga., say they found and disabled several incendiary devices at a FedEx warehouse where an employee armed with a shotgun wounded six people early Tuesday morning before turning the gun on himself, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Police declined to describe the devices, which were discovered during a sweep of the warehouse.

Cobb County Police identified the shooter as 19-year-old package handler Geddy L. Kramer, and said he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

One of the victims was still listed in critical condition Tuesday night.

The shooting erupted at 5:54 a.m. at a FedEx warehouse near the Cobb County Airport in Kennesaw, Ga., said police spokesman Sgt. Dana Pierce.

Authorities say Kramer was dressed in black and had ammunition draped across his chest.  A FedEx worker who saw Kramer described him as looking “like Rambo.”

Liza Aiken told reporters, “We can’t even bring cellphones into the warehouse. As soon as I saw guns strapped to his chest and everything, I knew something was wrong.”

Aiken added, “As soon as I saw him, I ran the other way.”

More than 100 police and federal officers descended on the sprawling FedEx hub and surrounded the building, but shortly before 9 a.m. police said the shooter was dead.

FedEx issued a statement Tuesday morning saying in part, “Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected, and with their families and friends.”

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