LAS VEGAS (WPVI) -- Police offered multiple changes to the established facts of the investigation into the Las Vegas mass shooting Wednesday evening.
The number of people injured was downgraded from 527 to 489, and police said the count of 59 fatalities includes shooter Stephen Paddock.
According to officials, the first shot was fired at 10:05 p.m. and the last at 10:15 p.m. Police said the investigation is still pursuing the possibility of accomplices.
Stephen Paddock had allegedly acquired 53 weapons in this past year, and police said 12 of the weapons with him in the hotel on Sunday had bump stocks, turning them into automatic weapons.
Paddock's girlfriend Marilou Danley is in conversations with the FBI in Los Angeles. According to reports, she said she had no idea Paddock was planning his attack.
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