Suspect Surrenders After Fatal Shooting at Konica Minolta Headquarters Near Ramsey

RAMSEY, New Jersey – A 41-year-old woman was shot and killed at Konica Minolta’s headquarters just off Route 17 near the Rockland County border on Sunday night. The suspect turned himself in to police in Montclair a little over an hour after the incident occurred. The gun used in the shooting has also been recovered.

Authorities reported that they had received a call from a third party in Montclair, indicating that the shooter had killed the woman and appeared to be contemplating suicide. In response, police departments from surrounding towns, Bergen County sheriff’s officers, and New Jersey State Police all converged on the area.

Following a search of the complex, an alert was issued for a red 2018 Nissan Altima. However, the alert was canceled shortly after the suspect surrendered around 9 p.m. Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella is expected to issue a brief statement after the suspected killer is interviewed and charged.

The incident has left the community in shock, and further details are expected to emerge as the investigation continues. The motive for the shooting remains unknown at this time. The surrender of the suspect brings some closure to the situation, but the tragedy has undoubtedly left a lasting impact on the community.

In summary, a 41-year-old woman was fatally shot at Konica Minolta’s headquarters in Ramsey, New Jersey. The suspect later turned himself in to police and the gun used in the shooting has been recovered. Further details are expected to be released as the investigation progresses.