The Orlando International Premium Outlets worker who police say shot and killed a store manager Monday night after being fired is also believed to have had a list of additional potential targets.

Monday morning, per an ABC News report citing local police, 46-year-old Daniel Everett was fired from his job at the Under Armor shop located at the Florida area outlet mall. Later that evening, he returned to the store, ultimately shooting and killing 37-year-old store manager Eunice Marie Vazquez.

Following the fatal shooting of the Under Armour store manager, which police say they believe was a targeted attack, it was discovered that Everett allegedly had a hit list of additional employees. Those named on the list were notified and instructed told to temporarily move to locations that were not listed on company documents. 

On Wednesday, the Orlando Police Department reported Everett as still being "armed and dangerous" and asked for the public's assistance in locating him. "Do not approach [the] suspect," police said. According to the latest info, his suspected vehicle as of Feb. 10 was a dark/charcoal gray Kia Sorento.

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