Dismissed under Armor manager, 46, ‘returns to shoot colleague dead a few hours later’ after e-mailing sinister list of employees who had complained about him
- Daniel Everett, 46, would have shot his colleague after being fired Monday
- Everett worked at the Under Armor store at Orlando International Premium Outlets
- Cops believe that Everett was targeted at Eunice Marie Vazquez hours after being fired
- About 10 to 20 shoppers were in the store at the time of the shooting; nobody was injured
- Everett fled scene and police are still looking for the “armed and dangerous man”
Daniel Everett, 46, would have killed his colleague Eunice Marie Vazquez on Monday
The Florida police are looking for a dissatisfied employee who allegedly shot his colleague after being fired Monday.
Orlando police officers said that Daniel Everett, 46, worked for three years as a manager at the Under Armor in the Orlando International Premium Outlets.
He was released from office on Monday and returned to the store hours later to shoot his colleague, Eunice Marie Vazquez, 37, who was also store manager, the authorities said.
Police said about 10 to 20 people were in the store at the time of the shooting. Everett then fled the stage.
It is still unclear what led to the termination of the marriage.
After the shooting, the police were told that Everett had made a list of his colleagues and sent the list by e-mail to the people whose names were on it.
The list allegedly consisted of names of employees who had complained about Everett in the past, according to WKMG.
Allegedly Everett was fired on Monday and returned to the store to photograph Vazquez (photo)
Vazquez was also a manager at the Under Armor store in the outlet. It is still unclear what led to the end of the marriage, father, but other store employees reportedly complained about him in the past
The police have contacted every person and have since confirmed their safety. The employees are instructed to move to an unlisted address.
Under Armor CEO, Patrik Frisk, told The Baltimore Sun. that the company has closed their stores in the Orlando area and “makes mourning advice available to our teammates.”
“Our hearts go out to her family and to all teammates affected by this terrible incident,” Frisk said, adding that the company will offer updates “as soon as possible in coordination with local authorities.”
The Orlando police have warned the public to regard Everett as “armed and dangerous.”
Authorities have also released an image of a 2012 Silver Kia Sorento that Everett is believed to be driving. The vehicle has a Florida tag with IH2 1AC on the plate.
Anyone with information about their place of residence has been asked to call 911.
Authorities have also released an image of a 2012 Silver Kia Sorento that Everett is believed to be driving. The vehicle has a Florida tag with IH2 1AC on the plate
The recordings took place in the Orlando International Premium Outlets (file image)