Search warrant records show that in the first hours after the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history, Las Vegas police and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents identified two people of interest along with the lone gunman, Stephen Paddock.
Speaking at his suburban home in Mesa, Haig said he planned to hold a news conference later this week to answer questions about his name surfacing in the investigation.
Lombardo said January 20 that the FBI had an open investigation into an unnamed person of interest, although it's not clear whether that was Haig, and the sheriff said repeatedly that Paddock was the only shooter. Paddock's physician described him as "odd" in behavior with "little emotion" shown, according to the report.
Air Force One departs Las Vegas past the broken windows on the Mandalay Bay hotel, where shooter Stephen Paddock conducted his mass shooting along the Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., October 4, 2017. It's not clear if Haig could face charges related to the October 1 shooting. A LinkedIn account that appears to belong to him says he also works at a company called Specialized Military Ammunition. The company sold tracer and incendiary rounds - ones that blow up on impact - for a range of sizes, according to its website.
Paddock's brother Eric Paddock said he does not know Haig.
"I never heard of the guy", Paddock said. "In fact, it was enough to make me not want to do the business anymore", Haig said. The bullets leave a visible trail when fired.
Haig told CBS News he hardly spoke to Paddock, and couldn't detect anything wrong..
Asked about the release of the names on Tuesday, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo told the Review-Journal, "If you've got it, publish it".
Danley was the gunman's girlfriend and had been named a person of interest by authorities early in the investigation. Mr. Haig didn't return email and voice-mail messages on Tuesday.
On Jan. 20, Lombardo told reporters that the "FBI has an ongoing case against an individual of federal interest", but declined to identify the person or say what their suspected connection was to the shooting.
Neither the police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation nor the United States attorney's office have commented on whether Haig is still considered a person of interest in the investigation, however Las Vegas sheriff Joe Lombardo said earlier this month that investigators believed Paddock had acted alone.
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Douglas Haig told CNN affiliate KNXV on Tuesday that he was identified as a person of interest following the massacre that left 58 people dead at a country music festival outside the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
Haig's name accidentally became public when a judge's court staff in Las Vegas failed to redact his name in court documents that were released Tuesday.
The newspaper published the name online.
The warrants show that investigators found 23 rifles and a handgun in Paddock's 32nd-floor hotel suite and an adjoining room.
Authorities have previously characterised Paddock as a gambler on a losing streak who was obsessed with cleanliness, may have been bipolar and was having difficulties with Ms Danley.
Danley was in the Philippines at the time of the attack and is cooperating with investigators.
A man identified in court documents as a "person of interest" after the Las Vegas massacre says he didn't know the gunman.
Coroner John Fudenberg stated that the records were private.
Separately, Judge Timothy Williams ruled that the Clark County coroner should release autopsy records of the shooter and the 58 people killed by gunfire, with victims' names blacked out.
Judges in Las Vegas have ordered the release of search warrant records and autopsy reports related to the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history, with some information to be redacted.