The Chrysler name and emblem hangs on the side of the building at a Larry H. Miller dealership, in this Feb. 11, 2006 photo taken in Sandy, Utah. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Douglas C. Pizac
DETROIT - Authorities say a Chrysler worker has been fatally stabbed at a Detroit factory that makes Jeep Grand Cherokees.
Detroit police Sgt. Alan Quinn says the suspect fled the factory and was found at Belle Isle, a city park, where he committed suicide. Quinn says the male victim was stabbed around 8 a.m.
The suspect also worked at the factory.
The Jefferson North plant employs just over 3,000 workers on two shifts. The 3-million-square-foot plant makes the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango full-size SUVs.
Chrysler spokeswoman Jodi Tinson says no other employees were injured. Workers on the first shift were sent home.