PHOTO: Woman no longer person of interest in Harvest Festival shooting, police say

LAS VEGAS - The woman that Metro Police named as a person of interest in the mass shooting that occurred at the Route 91 Harvest Festival has been cleared.  Metro detectives say Marilou Danley has been contacted and is no longer believed to be involved in the shooting on the Strip.  

Metro initially said Danley was the shooter, Stephen Paddock's roommate.

According to officers, everything unfolded at and around Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino near Las Vegas Boulevard and Reno. Metro Police Sheriff Joe Lombardo says more than 50 people were killed and 200 others were injured.  Numerous victims were taken to Sunrise Hospital.

Metro says the suspected shooter was taken down and is no longer a threat. 

Officers are also looking for a Hyundai Tucson --unknown color -- with Nevada license plate 114B40, along with a Chrysler Pacifica Touring -- unknown color -- with a Nev. plate -- 19D401.

Read more about the deadly shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival here.

 

 


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