Andrew Dismuke runs Shoemaker Auto Sales. He sold the Escalade police are now looking for to a young woman last week. He says it's probably long gone. Now, he knows he probably won't be paid for the balance of the vehicle and he says he'll be surprised if police ever find it.
Dismuke said, "I hate that that happened to her and happened to us too, because now it's going to be tough for us to find that vehicle. It's going to be hard for us to try to locate it when we try to repossess it, because he's probably, no telling where he is in it."
The White Cadillac Escalade used in that shooting had a Shoemaker tag. If you have any information, you could get a reward. Call CRIME STOPPERS at 436-TIPS.
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