Vegas shooter booked rooms facing Lollapalooza in Chicago

Las Vegas gunman had booked a hotel near Lollapalooza

The Las Vegas gunman scoped out several other targets including Lollapalooza and Fenway Park

Las Vegas police say they still do not have a clear motive as they investigate the worst mass shooting in modern US history.

Sherriff Lombardo has said that investigators are remaining open to the possibility that Paddock may not have been working alone in executing the shooting-spree, with MSNBC reporting on Friday that a phone charger not matching Paddock's phone was found in the Mandalay Bay hotel suite.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that Paddock rented several rooms at The Ogden hotel overlooking the Life Is Beautiful festival in downtown Las Vegas a week earlier.

Investigators also say there is indication Paddock had planned to survive and escape, but didn't elaborate, citing the ongoing investigation.

"He never said anything to me or took any action that I was aware of that I understood as a warning that something disgusting like this was going to happen", she said in the statement.

Stephen Paddock, 64, turned a gun on himself on Sunday after firing hundreds of bullets into the crowd gathered for the final night of the Route 91 Harvest music festival, killing almost 60 people and wounding hundreds.

Investigators in Nevada and across the country are working to piece together events that led to the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas Sunday night.

"We are aware of the media reports and have been in communication with our federal partners", chief police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said.

According to ABC News, she's a hooker.

The owner says Danley was in the store with Paddock at the time but showed no interest in guns.

Before Rouse's promise, Clark County Undersheriff Kevin McMahill disclosed that the authorities had probed Stephen Paddock's personal life, political beliefs, social behavior and economic habits, but had not found clear motive for the violence.

The pair stayed in "out-of-this-world penthouse suites like you wouldn't believe" because Paddock was a "high roller".

"You have to make an assumption that he had some help at some point", Lombardo said.

David Newton described his first impressions of Paddock's hotel room as they moved in amid the flashing lights of a fire alarm set off by an explosive, which had been used to blow through the door.

He requested an upper-floor room overlooking the festival and stockpiled 23 guns, a dozen of which were modified with bump stocks to fire continuously like an automatic weapon.

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