Las Vegas Shooting: Key Card Logs Show Second Person Used Shooter's Room
Anomalies point towards another shooter in the room
The ongoing investigation into the Las Vegas shooting has kept authorities baffled as they try to determine whether anyone else was in the hotel suite with the gunman, Stephen Paddock.
The first two discoveries included a charger which was found that doesn't match any of the cell phones that belonged to Paddock.
The second is even more confusing: Garage records reveal that during the period when Paddock's car left the hotel garage, one of his key cards was used to get into his room.
The anomalies have pointed towards what may witnesses have claimed, Paddock wasn't alone and there was at least one other shooter.
According to NBC news: They are also examining his finances. IRS records show that Paddock was a very successful gambler, earning at least $5 million in 2015. Some of that could be from his other investments, but most of it was from gambling, officials say.
Paddock unleashed a barrage of bullets from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Sunday night, killing at least 59 people and injuring about 500 others who were attending a country music festival below.
It was the worst mass shooting in modern American history, and Assistant Clark County Sheriff Todd Fasulo told reporters Monday night that Stephen Craig Paddock was "solely responsible for this heinous act."
His motive for the attack is still not clear. Multiple senior law enforcement officials told NBC News Paddock, 64, had researched possible attack locations in Boston and Chicago, including the most recent Lollapalooza festival in Chicago, which was held Aug. 3 to Aug. 6 in Grant Park.
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