At least 59 people have been killed and dozens wounded after someone opened fire late Sunday at an outdoor concert on the Las Vegas Strip. Police report one suspect "down."
The documents contain officers' accounts and witness statements on the deadliest mass shooting in US history. The department was forced to release the documents in a suit filed by news organizations.
Police are searching for clues to what led a 64-year-old man to kill 59 people and injure 530 more in Las Vegas. The FBI has said there is no indication that the gunman had ties to international terror groups.
Before Sunday night's shooting at the final night of the Route 91 Harvest Festival, which has so far claimed more than 50 lives, the country music event had established itself as one of the most popular in the US.
A man suspected of selling armor-piercing bullets to the gunman behind last October's deadly Las Vegas shooting has been charged. The man has already admitted to selling the shooter hundreds of rounds of ammunition.
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