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NEW INFORMATION: Deputies continue investigation of body discover at automotive business

ESCAMBIA COUNTY   -- The Escambia County Sheriff's Office is still investigating the suspicious death Adnan Glelati, 53.

A bouquet of flowers can be seen resting on the fence of '7 Stars Auto'.  People who knew Adnan Glelati say they're someone would take his life.

"The fact that someone has harmed him and done this is a total shock, to everyone and the fact that there would have been people here any other time takes us all by surprise" said Jaime Williams, 7 Stars Auto secretary.

7 Stars Auto is a family run business Glelati has owned for the last two years.  An employee at the dealership says nothing seemed out of the ordinary in the days leading up to Glelati's death.

"Everything was normal the night before was normal because I was talking to him we saw each other we were supposed to have dinner together but the day I don't know what happen" said Abdule Mohammad.

Abdul Mohammad says he's known Glelati since he moved to Pensacola.  He admits there are times the used car business can be dangerous, especially when it comes to repossessing vehicles.

"He's good with people; he'd give them a break and give them time.  Sometimes they're late by two months, sometimes two or three months but he always gave them time to come up with their payments" said Mohammad.

While questions remain about how and why Glelati died, his family is taking the brunt of the pain.

"Just pray for his family, just pray for his family man" said Mohammad.

The Escambia County Sheriff's Office is asking anyone with information to call Crimestoppers with tips.