Las Vegas mourns victims of mass shooting with vigils and tributes

PHOTO: A girl looks at a makeshift memorial for shooting victims at the Las Vegas Strip and Sahara Avenue in Las Vegas, Oct. 4, 2017.PlaySteve Marcus/Las Vegas Sun/Reuters
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Under the bright Las Vegas lights, mourners have been coming together at vigils for victims of the mass shooting Sunday night that left 58 people dead.

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On Las Vegas Boulevard, people gathered Wednesday night at a tribute with candles, balloons, flowers and photographs to honor those killed when the gunman opened fire on the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival.

PHOTO: People gather at a makeshift memorial in the middle of Las Vegas Boulevard following the mass shooting in Las Vegas, Oct. 4, 2017.Chris Wattie/Reuters
People gather at a makeshift memorial in the middle of Las Vegas Boulevard following the mass shooting in Las Vegas, Oct. 4, 2017.

PHOTO: Las Vegas resident Elisabeth Apcar, right, hugs a woman at a makeshift memorial on the Last Vegas Strip, Oct. 4, 2017, three days after a mass shooting.Drew Angerer/Getty Images
Las Vegas resident Elisabeth Apcar, right, hugs a woman at a makeshift memorial on the Last Vegas Strip, Oct. 4, 2017, three days after a mass shooting.

Another candle-filled memorial on Monday included drawings as a tribute to the country music fans at the festival.

PHOTO: A candlelight vigil is seen, Oct. 2, 2017 on the Las Vegas strip following a mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival in Las Vegas.Chris Wattie/Reuters
A candlelight vigil is seen, Oct. 2, 2017 on the Las Vegas strip following a mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival in Las Vegas.

On the Strip, the names of those who died were written in chalk on the pavement.

PHOTO: The names of victims are written in chalk on the pavement at a makeshift memorial at the northern end of the Last Vegas Strip, Oct. 4, 2017, in Las Vegas.Drew Angerer/Getty Images
The names of victims are written in chalk on the pavement at a makeshift memorial at the northern end of the Last Vegas Strip, Oct. 4, 2017, in Las Vegas.

The 58 victims include Sonny Melton, a nurse from Tennessee, who died shielding his wife, who survived; Jennifer Parks, who had just entered her third year of teaching kindergarten in Palmdale, California; Rocio Rocha Guillen, who was a mother of four, including a 1-month-old baby boy; and Charleston Hartfield, a Nevada Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class and a Las Vegas police officer, who was off-duty and attending the concert when he was shot and killed.

The attack was the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

Police continue investigating the motive of the suspected gunman, who they said killed himself.

ABC News' Meredith Longo contributed to this report.