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New information on the Las Vegas offensive is revealed

It turns out that paddock, which killed 59 people in the United States in Las Vegas, had previously worked as a postal and tax office.

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New information on the Las Vegas offensive is revealed

Stephen Paddock, who killed 59 people in an armed attack in US city of Las Vegas, was previously reported to work in Tax Office.

Federal officials have announced that 66-year-old assailant, an American citizen, worked as a postman for nearly two years before and served in Tax Office for more than 10 years.

Meanwhile, sheriff of Las Vegas, Joseph Lombardo, announced that identity of 56 of 59 people who died in attack were identified.

According to U.S. media reports, Paddock transferred 100 thousand dollars to a bank account in Philippines last week.

  • In U.S. city of Las Vegas, Stephen Paddock opened fire at hotel across street from concert on Sunday night, 59 people were injured and 525 people were killed in attack.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has announced that attacker has no connection to any international terrorist organization.

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