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Published on Oct 21, 2012

Updated at 4:41 p.m. ET: Three people were killed and four others were injured Sunday when a gunman suspect opened fire in a hair salon in Brookfield, Wis., near Milwaukee area, police said.

Brookfield Piolice Chief Daniel Tushaus said an object resembling an improvised explosive device was left in or near the salon, which is across the street from Brookfield Square in Brookfield, about 10 miles west of Milwaukee. The device was hampering authorities' efforts to scan the scene, he said.

Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital in Milwaukee, where the victims were taken for treatment, was on lockdown because the gunman, identified as Radcliffe Franklin Haughton, 45, was still at large.

Witnesses said the shootings happened either at the Azana Salon and Spa, across Moorland Road from the mall. Brookfield Square was closed as SWAT team members scoured the area for the suspect.

Haughton was described as an African-American male, 6 feet, 1 inch tall, weighing about 210 pounds and last seen wearing a grey sweater with blue jeans and carrying a white and black backpack. Police were surrounding Haughton's home in Brown Deer, about 15 miles north of Milwaukee, NBC station WTMJ of Milwaukee reported.

Two workers at the salon said Haughton was the estranged husband of one of their co-workers, a hairstylist. They said they didn't know whether he had left or was still in another part of the building.

Public records indicate that a 45-year-old man named Radcliffe Haughton of Brown Deer was charged with domestic violence and disorderly conduct in 2011. The charges were dismissed in June of that year.

Public records also suggest several years of financial problems, with a civil judgment for $19,000 in 2006 and a state tax lien for $5,000 in 2009. His home has been listed as for sale by owner. His former job, from 2003 to 2007, is listed in public records as general manager of a former Land Rover dealership in the Glendale area of Milwaukee County.

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