http://www.goshennews.com/breakingnews/local_story_144084552.html Sadly, Singh, of the victims, leaves behind a wife and two young children. Mora, the man LE is looking for, also had two young children. My husband and I own the service station Singh was buying through a lease/purchase agreement. We knew Singh as K.J. This is the first business K.J. owned. Prior to coming to Indiana K.J. drove a taxi in New York. He combined years of money saved from driving the taxi with money borrowed from relatives to make an initial down payment and was a very proud and hard working store owner. While he owned the store, despite having no retail background, K.J. increased the profits of that business by 25%. He changed the store layout so that customers had to walk past tempting snacks to pay for their gas. He introduced new sandwiches to the deli. He planted flower beds. He was personally at the store from opening until close. I liked him. He was personable and friendly and so proud to be a business owner and to be living here in the U.S. He just bought a new house. Just last weekend his family celebrated the birth of his sister's new baby girl. He had a lot going for him. And a lot he was planning to do. Mora, the man who shot K.J., was caught on video asking employees where K.J. was. Video also caught his vehicle, including the license plate, so there is no mystery over who did it. It was definitely not a robbery. Before, he was shot in the back five times, K.J. threw a bank bag containing thousands of dollars to Mora. Mora left the bag lying in the back parking lot. And then drove to his home and shot his wife. --jolynna Mora still has not been found. I think Mora has a brother who is a policeman in a nearby town. If so, Mora's parents and some other siblings live in Mexico and I am thinking that would be where he would go.