Where Stephen Paddock Was Planning on Striking Before Las Vegas Massacre

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She voluntarily returned from the Philippines, where she had been at the time of the incident in Nevada, and was met by Federal Bureau of Investigation agents at Los Angeles International Airport.

Paddock, the 64-year-old gambler and real estate investor, rained down about 1,600 rounds of ammo from the 32th floor suite of Mandalay Bay hotel into a crowd of more than 22,000 people attending Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival Sunday night, killing 58 concertgoers and injuring almost 500. "I loved him and hoped for a quiet future together with him", her statement reads.

"He never said anything to me or took any action that I was aware of that I understood in any way to be a warning that something frightful like this was going to happen", Danley said, according to Fox News.

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMDP) and FBI Friday announced a new campaign to retrieve key information related to the mass shooting on Sunday as no evidence has shown the shooter's motive.

Danley details that, "A little more than two weeks ago, Stephen told me he found a cheap ticket for me to the Philippines and that he wanted me to take a trip home to see my family".

The police have said she is not a suspect.

Authorities say the piece of paper found in the hotel room of the Las Vegas gunman contained calculations that helped him target the crowd of concertgoers more precisely.

Stephen Paddock slaughtered 58 people using a stockpile of weapons.

A hotel receipt unearthed two days after the attack seemed to indicate that there were multiple people in room 32135 of the Mandalay Bay Resort.

Police are also trying to determine if Paddock was working alone.

Lombardo said Paddock was a "disturbed and dangerous" man who apparently lived a "secret life" over the last decade, the Las Vegas Sun reports.

Federal investigators are also looking into the possibility Paddock was planning a auto bombing.

During a press conference on Wednesday, Sheriff Joseph Lombardo, speculated about the possibility that Paddock had an accomplice, reported the Guardian.

Lombardo added, "It's troublesome that this individual was able to move this amount of gear into a hotel room unassisted".

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