Henry County

4 killed in Henry County mass shooting; shooter still on the run

HAMPTON, Ga. — Authorities are investigating an active shooter situation in Henry County.

Hampton police told Channel 2 Action News that at least four people have been shot and killed.

Police said the shooting happened in the Dogwood Lakes subdivision of Hampton around 10:45 a.m..

Authorities said the suspect is at large and the public should avoid this area.

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Authorities said they were looking for a shooter in the area of McDonough Street. Police did not provide an exact address where the shooting happened.

Police initially described the shooter as a man who is five feet, 10 inches, and was wearing a dark shirt with a red tone.

They have since identified him as Andre Longmore, who was last seen in a black 2017 GMC Acadia with a tag number DHF756.

Police said they have obtained four warrants for Longmore, who they are considering armed and dangerous. They are offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to Longmore’s capture.


Police have not identified the victims except to say they are three men and one woman and that they are all adults.

Police said they have not determined a motive for the shooting.

The Henry County Police Department, Henry County Sheriff’s Office, Henry County Homeland Security, and the Henry County Crime Scene Unit are all assisting Hampton police with this situation.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has been notified.

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