Police are currently looking for Marilou Danley, a person of interest in the mass shooting that took place during the Route 91 Harvest festival at approximately 10:00 pm local time on Sunday. Some are wondering if Danley may be the woman who was removed from the group of concert-goers, allegedly warning that “you’re all going to die tonight.”
As reported by the Daily Mail, an eyewitness who was in attendance at the concert at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas stated that a couple, which included a woman, was warning concert-goers that they were “all going to die.”
The woman who provided the statement said that she was not on site when the shooting began and had actually left “maybe 10, 15 minutes before that” and “had just barely made it back into our room whenever it started.”
The witness doesn’t know if the woman intended the statement to be a threat or a warning in regards to their safety.
During the interview, the eyewitness described the woman, and the woman’s boyfriend, as “Hispanic” and that were both “shorter, five footers, probably about 5’5” or 5’6”.” She added, “They just looked like everyday people.”
The witness stated that the couple was escorted out of the concert by security, as their statements were making people uncomfortable and the woman “had been messing with the lady in front of her, telling her that she was going to die. That we’re all going to die.”
At this time, police are looking for the shooter’s traveling companion, Marilou Danley. She is described as being Asian, approximately 4’ 11” tall and weighing around 111 lbs. It is unknown if Danley is also the woman who was described by the eyewitness as warning people that they were “all going to die.”
Local authorities have also identified two vehicles of interest, a Hyundai Tucson with Nevada plates 114B40 and a Chrysler Pacifica With Nevada plates 79D401.
More than 20 people are confirmed dead after the mass shooting at the Mandalay Bay, and an additional 100 or more people have been injured.
Las Vegas concert goer says a woman told her and group of friends, “you’re all going to die tonight,” 45 minutes before shooting. pic.twitter.com/EHFpNRHKvu
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) October 2, 2017