Federal Bureau of Investigation probing Las Vegas shooting

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22 January, 2018

However, the document did not reveal any motives behind the massacre.

Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo told a press conference that "the FBI has an ongoing case against an individual of federal interest", but he said he could not elaborate.

"I know and believe there's only one suspect who killed 58 people and injured hundreds more".

Four laptops and three cellphones were found inside his hotel suite. More charges may be coming in the case based on things investigators uncovered while executing search warrants.

Danley, through her attorney, said on October 4 that she told the Federal Bureau of Investigation she had no idea Paddock was "planning violence against anyone".

However, he said the FBI was investigating another person of interest, but would not identify them. Charges could be brought within 60 days.

The report also tried to shed light on Paddock's mental state in the weeks and months leading up to the shooting.

Paddock had paid off his gambling debts before the shooting, according to the report. The shooter's doctor suspected he might have suffered from bipolar disorder and Paddock had told friends he always felt ill, in pain and tired, according to the Associated Press.

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A doctor who had treated Paddock called him "odd" and said he showed little emotion. The doctor offered him antidepressants, but Paddock accepted only a prescription for anxiety medication. Moreover, the 64-year-old purchased 55 firearms between October 2016 and September 2017.

When they stayed at the Mandalay Bay together in September 2017, Paddock acted strangely, she told investigators.

Perry did not share any sort of evidence, if it even exists, whatsoever, but said the ISIS had warned multiple times a year ago it would attack Las Vegas. "Paddock would move from window to window looking at the site from different angles", she said. Among his searches was "do police use explosives", the report said. One Google query was "how crowded does Santa Monica Beach get". His searches included "summer concerts 2017", "biggest open-air concert venues in U.S.", "how crowded does Santa Monica Beach get", "How tall is Mandalay Bay", "life is lovely expected attendance" and "do police use explosives", among other phrases.

Paddock also googled "How tall is Mandalay Bay" by his Dell laptop, the report said.

Prior to committing the largest mass shooting in modern USA history, the shooter, Stephen Paddock, was a 64-year-old retired accountant.

On Thursday night, a US congressman told Fox News he received what he believed to be "credible evidence of a possible terrorist nexus" to the Las Vegas shooting incident.

"But even more troubling than that, I've been made aware of what I believe to be credible evidence, credible information, regarding terrorist infiltration through the southern border regarding this incident", he said.

He added that the 81-page report into the shooting also includes details of Paddock's "disturbing" search history on his computers, including his study of ballistics and SWAT tactics. She asked Perry to give more evidence.

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