19 guns, loaded high-capacity magazines found in Vegas shooter's room

Posted October 06, 2017

In just 10 or so minutes, 59 people were killed and almost 500 people injured when Paddock, 64, strafed an outdoor concert with gunfire from his 32nd-floor suite of the Mandalay Bay casino on the Las Vegas Strip.

One review of a room on the 32nd floor of Mandalay read: "We could see down the entire strip".

But police later said she was out of the country at the time of the attack and cleared her of any involvement. Investigators were examining a $100,000 wire transfer Paddock, 64, sent to an account in the Philippines that "appears to have been intended" for Danley, a senior US homeland security official told Reuters on Tuesday.

"He was shot, but I can not tell you it was the police that shot him".

Fasulo said rumours of more than one assailant have no evidence.

The man, identified by police as Stephen Paddock, killed himself before police entered the hotel room he was shooting from, police said.

Investigators of the massacre in Las Vegas said the gunman had two "bump-stocks" that can be used to convert semi-automatic firearms to fully automatic.

She was out of the country the night the shooting happened.

Police are asking for any video taken at the event, according to Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo.

The Silver State requires a purchaser to submit a variety of mental health records to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.

It is unknown where Paddock obtained the majority of his weapons.

She said she was "devastated" by the carnage, adding that Paddock was a "kind, caring, quiet man".

The father of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock was previously on the FBI's Most Wanted list, law enforcement officials confirmed to CNN on Monday.

Undersheriff Kevin McMahill told reporters that Paddock also set up two cameras in the hallway outside his room so he could watch for anyone approaching. Eric Paddock, of Orlando, Florida, told NBC News he was "completely at a loss" as to why his brother could have carried out the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. Quinn Averett of Mesquite Police said it was a "nice, clean home, nothing out of the ordinary".