Arizona Man Said He Sold Ammunition To Las Vegas Shooter

 

An Arizona man has been named as a person of interest in Las Vegas shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival that took the lives of 58 people. 

Investigators came across his name, Douglas Haig, during their investigation and have questioned him. He sold Stephen Paddock the ammunition - about 1,000 rounds from a private seller which has now been identified as Haig. Paddock and Haig both met at a Phoenix gun show. 

"I have some very strong feelings. In fact, it was enough to make me not want to do the business anymore because I couldn't tell that this guy had evil in him," Haig said.  

Haig is planning a news conference later this week to answer questions at his Mesa home.

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