Orlando Police are looking for people who want to shoot in front of the Fairwinds building


ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando police say they are looking for a man and woman who may have information about a downtown shooting in front of the Fairwinds Credit Union building.

At around 2 a.m. on February 18, a black Lincoln MKZ entered the parking lot at 135 W. Central Ave. and someone in the car fired multiple shots at a group of people who were in the area, records show.

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While no one was injured, bullets broke several windows in the Fairwinds building, including a law firm on the third floor and the attorney general’s office on the 10th floor, the report said.


Investigators said they also found several worn cases in the parking lot and found a video recording the shots.

On Monday, the Orlando Police Department released photos of the car, a man and a woman, believed to be of interest in the case.

Orlando police say they are looking for this black Lincoln MKZ in connection with a shooting outside the Fairwinds building. (Orlando Police Department)

The man had no shirt or black pants and a tattoo on his left shoulder, while the woman has long dark hair and wore light jeans, black Vans sneakers and a green camouflage shirt. Police also said the Lincoln has distinctive aftermarket rims.

Anyone who recognizes the man, woman, or car is encouraged to call Crimeline at 800-423-TIPS (8477).

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Janet Smith