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Crime Body found in car belonging to suspected Orlando outlet mall shooter in Ft. Pierce

19:30  14 february  2020
19:30  14 february  2020 Source:   wesh.com

Man who shot, killed former coworker at Orlando outlet mall still on the run

  Man who shot, killed former coworker at Orlando outlet mall still on the run Police say they are still searching for a man who shot and killed a former coworker after his recent firing from an Orlando outlet mall. The shooting happened Monday night at the Under Armour store at the Orlando Premium Outlets on International Drive. Orlando police said Eunice Marie Vazquez, 37, a store manager, was killed by recently fired employee, Daniel Everett. Sign up for our Newsletters According to police, Everett was fired Monday returned to the store Monday night, when he allegedly shot and killed Vazquez.Witnesses told WESH 2 News that Everett calmly walked into the store and moved to the area where Vazquez was standing and fired a bullet into her.

Authorities in Ft. Pierce have found a body in a car belonging to suspected Orlando outlet mall shooter Daniel Everett.

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The body has not been identified.

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Police said Daniel Everett was fired from his job at the store Monday and returned to the store Monday night. He allegedly shot and killed store manager Eunice Vazquez.

Investigators said Everett was last observed on video driving a 2012 Kia Sorento on a major highway in St. Lucie County around 9:45 p.m. Monday.

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