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New photos show Under Armour suspect in store moments before, after shooting

Daniel Everett last seen in St. Lucie County, police say

ORLANDO, Fla.UPDATE: Orlando police said they believe the suspect’s body was found in his Kia in Fort Pierce. Click here to read the latest information.

New photos show a man accused of killing a manager at Under Armour in the store holding a gun around the time of the shooting, according to the Orlando Police Department.

The photos released on Friday, which were taken moments before and after the shooting, show 46-year-old Daniel Everett at the International Premium Outlets on Monday, walking through the store and pulling out a handgun.

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Everett fatally shot manager Eunice Maria Vasquez as shoppers were in the store, according to authorities. No one else was injured.

In the photos, Everett is wearing a gray, black and white striped shirt with dark-colored pants.

Police say Daniel Everett fled in a Kia Sorento bearing Florida license plate number IH21AC after shooting a manager at Under Armour.
Police say Daniel Everett fled in a Kia Sorento bearing Florida license plate number IH21AC after shooting a manager at Under Armour. (Orlando Police Department)

After the shooting, Everett is accused of fleeing in a gray Kia Sorento bearing Florida license plate number IH21AC. A different set of photos shows him by the vehicle dressed in all black with white sneakers.

U.S. Marshals were searching for Everett, who was last seen driving on a major highway in St. Lucie County at about 9:45 p.m. Monday, a news release said. He’s believed to be dead after a body was found in his vehicle in Fort Pierce, authorities say.

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Police said they have contacted the employees who received an email from Everett before the shooting, blaming them for getting him fired. Vasquez was among the employees who received the email, records show.

Click here to read the latest on the discovery of a body in Everett’s vehicle.


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