Transcript for New video shows Dayton suspect inside bar
As we know, George, the president will also visit Dayton this morning, the scene of that deadly mass shooting where nine people were killed as we learn new details about what happened in the moments before the gunfire. ABC's Eva pilgrim is there and has the latest for us. Good morning, Eva. Reporter: Good morning, robin. We knew the shooter and his sister came here to the Oregon district and at some point the two got separated. This morning for the first time we are seeing those moments before he opened fire on this bar. This morning, police are investigating this surveillance video from inside a Dayton, Ohio, bar obtained exclusively by CNN. You see 24-year-old Connor BETTs who allegedly killed nine and injured dozens more the moment he enters a bar with his sister and a friend more than two hours before the massacre wearing shorts and a t-shirt seen here stopping by the entrance and speaking to the bouncer at the door before exiting reportedly just before 1:00 A.M. Minutes later returning wearing a mask and wielding an assault rifle firing into the bar across the street. Among those he killed, the sister he was reportedly with just moments earlier. Police in the alleged shooter's hometown reading a statement on behalf of his family. The BETTs family is shocked and devastated by the events of Sunday morning in the Oregon district and offer their most heartfelt prayers and condolences to all the victims, their families and friends. Reporter: The FBI is saying the gunman had a fascination with mass shootings. His ex-girlfriend telling us that on their very first date, he showed her video of a mass shooting. Michael. All right, thank you so much, Eva.
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