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Orlando Police Wrap Pulse Investigation: 'What's Left Is Profound Sadness'

Pulse nightclub in Orlando
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Pulse nightclub photographed in June 12, 2016 in Orlando, Fla.

After the massacre at Orlando's Pulse nightclub that left 49 dead and 53 wounded on June 12, the Orlando Police Department has wrapped up their investigation.

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In the last few weeks, the Orlando Police Department and Chief John Mina have used their social media accounts to post frequent updates on the investigation and honor both the victims and the overall LGBTQ community, which is still reeling from the tragedy.

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Today, to mark the end of the on-scene investigation, the Orlando PD posted a greyscale photo of the nightclub with the caption "As investigation at #Pulse scene wraps up & activity has ceased, what's left is profound sadness."

Although the Orlando PD has completed their investigation, the FBI continues to probe into the background of killer Omar Mateen.


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