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Body camera images show officers searching Las Vegas casinos on 1 October

WARNING: The footage and language heard in this video may not be suitable for all audiences.

Police have made public officer body-camera video showing street scenes and searches of Las Vegas Strip casinos following the Oct. 1 shooting that killed 58 people and injured more than 800.

On one of the files of the body-camera footage that was released Wednesday, the confusion over whether there is one, two or three shooters is clear. One officer can be heard saying, "They already killed him, and we're still getting calls, so there's somebody's out there ok?"

That same officer can also be heard talking on the phone with his wife saying, "We killed one, there's probably one more."

About 21-minutes and 35-seconds in, officers are seen yelling for tourists, who just happened to still be in the shopping/restaurant area of New York, New York, to come toward them so that they can lead them to safety. The patrons were directed to head to the bridge and go to the Excalibur Hotel and Casino.

The newly released material comes after Sheriff Joe Lombardo last week declared the case closed following 10 months of investigation with no motive found for the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

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Las Vegas police are under court order to disclose records collected while investigating shooting, including body-camera video and officer written reports, streetscape and casino surveillance footage, 911 recordings and witness accounts.

Lombardo says gunman Stephen Paddock gambled away more than $1.5 million, became obsessed with guns and distanced himself from his girlfriend and family.

An FBI investigation report is expected by the end of the year.

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