Las Vegas Gunman’s Girlfriend Considered ‘Person Of Interest’
We’re learning new details about how a gunman carried out the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Police say Stephen Paddock, who killed 58 people and injured more than 500, planned his attack in advance.
Inside paddock’s hotel room, police found 23 guns and 12 bump stocks.
Bump sticks allow the weapons to rapid fire like fully automatic ones.
They can be bought in Nevada without a permit, background check or waiting period.
Police say Paddock set up cameras, including one on a food service cart outside his room, presumably to see when police were coming.
Before the shooting, Paddock sent $100,000 to the Philippines, where his girlfriend Marilou Danley was located.
FBI agents met Danley at a U.S. airport Tuesday night.
She is a person of interest in the massacre.
President Trump will visit Las Vegas Wednesday to meet families of the victims.