Vegas shooter Paddock scouted Fenway Park

Pauline Gross
October 8, 2017

According to some of the media reports about Paddock's potential target list, Paddock could not find a clear line of sight into Fenway Park from a nearby hotel.

New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter bats in the 1st inning during a game against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park in Boston, Sept. 28, 2014.

Evans said the Federal Bureau of Investigation told him they turned up evidence that shooter Stephen Paddock researched sites in and around Fenway Park and the Boston Center for the Arts. The FBI has requested all inquiries be referred directly to them.

A spokeswoman for the Red Sox said that while there was no credible threat to Fenway, the Sox have been working on increased security measures for postseason games.

Stephen Paddock, the shooter who opened fire at a Las Vegas music festival, killing 58 people and injuring hundreds more before killing himself, researched outdoor concert locations in Boston, according to reports.

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Police added that the Las Vegas Metro Police Department is the lead investigating agency, so further information would have to come from that department.

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker says there is no threat to Massachusetts. "We're aware of the media reports, but because it's an ongoing investigation, I'm not going to speak any more to it than that".

A total of 58, excluding Paddock, were killed and almost 500 people were injured in the shooting.

Boston Police Commissioner William Evans said he was alarmed by the reports, and said no law enforcement told him Paddock had looked into Boston. He booked a second room August 3.

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