Evidence photos from inside Pulse nightclub released


The city of Orlando on Tuesday released nearly 420 images from the investigation into the Pulse nightclub shooting on Tuesday.

The photos, which were released on the city's website, show a glimpse from inside the nightclub, including images of the bathroom and outside view of where Orlando police said they used controlled explosives to break open a wall near the bathroom. We are not releasing photos that showed blood.

Additionally, aerial shots were released showing Orange Avenue and the businesses surrounding the club. 

PHOTOS: Orlando police evidence photos


In the collection of photos released, it shows the shirt and firearm of Officer Adam Gruler, a member of Orlando Police Department that had been working with the department since 2001, who was working extra duty at Pulse. 

Gruler was one of the officers who fired at Pulse nightclub shooter Omar Mateen. 

Mateen killed 49 people and injured 53 others making this the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. 

Mateen's wife Noor Salam, 30, appeared at a Tuesday hearing in San Francisco for her arraignment in "knowingly' providing support to her husband. Salam is facing life in prison for both charges.