The Las Vegas security guard injured when Stephen Paddock opened fire from his Mandalay Bay hotel suite disappeared Thursday evening, moments before the man was scheduled to speak with at least five different news agencies.
According to Fox News, Jesus Campos’ union president confirmed he would not be speaking with any major news outlets just seconds before the interviews were to take place; saying the guard’s whereabouts were a mystery.
“We were in a room and we came out and he was gone,” said the union boss.
Campos disappearance and the media black-out raises even more questions over the investigation of the deadliest mass shooting in American history, with law enforcement struggling to determine a motive nearly two weeks after Stephen Paddock murdered 59 people from his 32nd story hotel room.
Thursday night, the Mandalay Bay Resort cast new doubts over the Las Vegas Police Department’s official timeline of events, saying they believed the reports were “inaccurate.”
The new timeline reportedly shows that Campos was injured roughly 40 seconds before Paddock opened fire on the crowd of concert goers below, radioed fellow security officers for help, and waited approximately 12 minutes for police to arrive on the scene.