FBI search Vegas shooting suspect's home - Reporter
A gunman opened fire on a crowd gathered for a music festival on the Las Vegas Strip on Sunday evening, killing at least 50 people and making the incident the deadliest mass shooting in the United States.
Lucas Thomas, reporter, Desert Valley Times says it is a sad morning in desert following the incident.
Thomas explains that the classification of the incident after the shooting was declared a mass shooting and not a terror accident doesn't matter much especially to those who lost their loved in the shooting.
According to Thomas, The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has already begun searching the suspects home, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock.
We don't know yet what the search warrant yielding.Lucas Thomas, reporter, Desert Valley Times
Motives behind such incidents are always a challenge to prove says Thomas. He goes on to say he spoke with Paddock's neighbour who had never interacted with the suspect who has lived in the area for two years.
They kept to themselves and kept a pretty low profile in town.Lucas Thomas, reporter, Desert Valley Times
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