One person is dead and two were injured after a shooting at a WeatherTech warehouse in the Chicago suburb of Bolingbrook early Saturday morning, ABC Chicago station, WLS reported.
Officers were dispatched to 1 Weathertech Way at 6:25 a.m. Saturday in response to reports of a subject shot, Bolingbrook police said in an online statement.
The suspect was located and taken into custody Saturday at approximately 9:25 a.m., police said.
According to police, in addition to the one victim dead, another is in critical condition and one has been released from the hospital.
Police identified the alleged gunman Saturday evening as Charles C. McKnight Jr., 27, in a press release.
Police said the alleged shooter was a temp employee accused of stealing a watch and wallet at gunpoint from two co-workers. The temp then allegedly shot three co-workers in what appears not to be a premeditated attack.
The alleged shooter has been charged with first-degree murder and two counts of attempted first- degree murder.
ABC News' Matt Foster and Darren J. Reynolds contributed to this report.