While police keep looking for the shooter who genuinely harmed a man attempting to recover a seller loaner vehicle in Arlington on Monday, media is trying to find out what happened.
Workers from the pre-owned vehicle showroom possessed by the casualty say he was a the gone after by a client loaner yet wouldn't bring it back.
Police realize who they're searching for. They simply aren't saying what its identity is.
One of those workers was with the casualty during the assault and was practically shot.
Arlington police are not delivering the suspect's name in the shooting, just saying the suspect and the casualty knew one another.
The casualty's associates say the shooter has been a client at their vehicle sales center for quite a long time. They say the proprietor proposed to give out a loaner vehicle he won't ever get back.
Damien Espinoza sat close to a vacant work area Tuesday while his chief and companion, Adel Elhindawi, battled for his life.
"It makes me extremely upset since I've been one next to the other with him," he said. "I have invested more energy with Adel than with our families."
Elhindawi, the proprietor of Salem Autos, is in the ICU after being shot on Monday.
"The most awful part about the individual did this knows who Adel is," Ezpinoza said.
Espinoza says the one who shot Elhindawi paid a vehicle off the part three weeks prior; however, the car had mechanical issues. A loaner was given while Salem Autos was chipping away at the car.
Espinoza says the vehicle was fixed and returned last week; however, the Jeep Cherokee loaner vehicle was never taken back to the showroom.
Monday morning, Elhindawi and another representative, who didn't need his face shown, went together in a blue Dodge Charger to recover the loaner Jeep with a GPS inside.
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