Las Vegas shooter reportedly searched for hotels near Fenway Park

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"The Boston Regional Intelligence Center is in contact with our local and federal law enforcement partners here and in Las Vegas and continues to monitor the situation". As CrimeOnline previously reported, Paddock made reservations at Chicago's Blackstone Hotel for the weekend of the Lalapalooza music festival, and specifically requested the two rooms he reserved to have views of the main stage.

The Las Vegas shooter who killed almost 60 people and wounded more than 500 at a concert Sunday reportedly researched locations in Boston.

The gunman who fired on a crowd from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas scouted locations in Boston and Chicago, according to a report from NBC News.

Paddock, who officials believe had an escape planned, fatally shot himself as a SWAT team descended on his hotel room.

Most hotels in the area have an obstructed view of Fenway - or no view at all.

ABC News reports that there is no indication that Paddock traveled to Boston despite internet search for hotels near Fenway Park.

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"That's something that obviously concerns us but right now there's no credible threat that anyone is still out there looking to do anything like that", Evans told reporters on Thursday night.

Paddock actually booked a room in Chicago overlooking the Lollapalooza venue of Grant Park.

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker also says he's aware of the reports but could not discuss them because of the ongoing investigation into the mass shooting.

Extra security procedures will be in place for Sunday's Red Sox game at Fenway Park, and fans are urged to arrive at the ballpark early.

"We just have information that he was on possible sites looking at Boston there's nothing to indicate he made it here or he ever stepped foot in Boston".

We are aware of the media reports.

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