Arizona ammunition dealer named as person of interest in Las Vegas mass shooting

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Unsealed court documents reveal a new person of interest in the Las Vegas mass shooting that left 58 people dead in October last year.

The person was revealed to be 55-year-old ammunition dealer Douglas Haig.

Haig said he sold ammunition to the gunman, Stephen Paddock.

An ammunition dealer from Arizona has been named a person of interest in Las Vegas mass shooting that left 58 dead in October 2017.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal obtained an un-redacted version of the court documents, which identified the man as Douglas Haig. Haig told the Associated Press that he sold ammunition to gunman Stephen Paddock.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's how the map of the United States has changed in 200 yearsSee Also:9 must-have tech gadgets under 100Amazon's store brand makes a lot of great tech, but these are the 12 gadgets actually worth buyingA 21-year-old college student invested 80 of his summer paycheck in cryptocurrencies and made an enormous profit