UNLV Shooting Suspect Had Note Taped to His Door When Police Executed Search Warrant

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The suspect in a deadly shooting rampage Wednesday at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, reportedly had an eviction notice on the door to his home when police served a search warrant there.

The notice was yet another clue as Las Vegas police seek a motive in the shooting spree that left three people dead, police say, at the hands of 67-year-old former college professor Anthony Polito.

According to law enforcement officials, the former longtime professor at East Carolina University had a “target list” inside the home and that he was “struggling financially” before he killed three faculty members at the school and wounded another.

Polito reportedly applied for a job at UNLV three years ago but was not offered a job.

He died on Wednesday after he initiated a shootout with police.

According to The Independent, the first thing investigators found when they approached his Henderson, Nevada, apartment to serve a search warrant was a notice to evict taped on the front door.

Once inside, police found evidence that Polito had sent letters to 22 school “personnel across the country” – some of which contained an unknown white substance.

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