Fired store manager wanted in fatal shooting had list with employee's names, Orlando police say

The 46-year-old man accused of walking into the Under Armour store he was fired from and fatally shooting the manager reportedly had a list naming other employees, Orlando police say.

A manhunt is on for Daniel Everett. According to police, Everett was fired on Monday morning from the Under Armour store at the Orlando International Premium Outlets. Hours later, police say Everett came back to the store with a gun and shot a female manager in front of shoppers.

The victim died. 

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"Soon after the shooting we learned he created a list, where he listed other employees," Orlando Police Chief Orlando Rolon said. 

The list, which authorities say was emailed to some of the employees, reportedly contained names of former co-workers who possibly had made complaints about him in the past and "that seemed to be the people he was upset with."

Police checked on each employee that was on the list and says they have all been accounted for and are safe.

Everett's wife and child are also safe after police say there was concern for their safety after the shooting.

Authorities say that Everett worked for the store for about 3 years and he was a manager. Why he was fired is not being released at this time. 

So far, police say Everett's whereabouts are unknown.


  • He is 46-years-old
  • Black male, over 6-feet tall
  • Could be driving a 2012 charcoal gray Kia Sorrento, FL Tag IH21AC
  • Was a manager at the Under Armour store at the Orlando International Premium Outlets
  • Police say he killed a manager hours after being fired on Monday morning
  • Considered armed and dangerous
  • If spotted, DO NOT APPROACH, call 911