A key bomb ingredient has been found in the car of the Las Vegas shooter that killed at least 59 people on Sunday night.  Ammonium nitrate, a high-nitrogen fertilizer, an ingredient used in homemade bombs was found as police searched Stephen Paddock’s car. Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo revealed the news and stated that over 16 guns were found in Paddock’s room at the Mandalay Bay Hotel. Officers

also discovered a further 18 guns, a litany of an explosive called tannerite and “several thousand rounds of ammunition” at the shooters home in Mesquite, Nevada, according to Mr Lombardo. The Sheriff revealed that “some electronic devices” were found at the gunman’s home and they are currently being evaluated. READ MORE