(FOX NEWS) - Dozens of surveillance videos of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock wheeling around luggage stocked with weapons and ammunition were released by MGM Resorts Thursday amid lingering questions about the motive of the attack.
The 32 clips show Paddock interacting with Mandalay Bay staff, playing the casino’s gaming machines and transporting suitcase after suitcase to his 32nd floor suite, where he proceeded to gun down 58 people on Oct. 1 in what is considered to be the worst mass shooting in modern American history.
“Stephen Paddock gave no indication of what he planned to do and his interactions with staff and overall behavior were all normal,” MGM spokeswoman Debra DeShong said in a statement obtained by Fox News. “Our focus continues to be on supporting victims and their families, our guests and employees, and cooperating with law enforcement with their ongoing investigation.”
The statement also described Paddock as a “long-time guest with no known history of threats or violence and behaving in a manner that appeared outwardly normal.”
It was not immediately clear, however, if hotel staff ever questioned why a single guest at the resort on the Las Vegas strip would need so many pieces of luggage for his stay.
In all, Paddock brought in 21 bags over the period of about a week, according to the New York Times, which obtained the surveillance tapes.
Police reportedly found 23 weapons in Paddock’s room after the shooting, including AR-15-style and AK-47-style rifles.
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