Second “Person Of Interest” Sought In Colorado ShootingA second person of interest is being sought by Denver police in connection with Friday’s mass shooting that left 12 dead and close to 60 injured.The identify of the person was not identified because the person has not been charged, Fox 31 Denver reported. Neighbors of the person of interest said SWAT teams and police cars have been in the alley and in unmarked cars in the street.One neighbor told Fox 31 that the police were inside the person of interest’s home early in the morning.“I woke up this morning with cops still here trying to look inside his home.  At 5:00 a.m. cops showed-up and asked me about (him).”It was not clear if the person of interest had an actual involvement in Friday’s shooting at a midnight premier of “The Dark Knight Rises.” A source told Fox 31′s Justin Joseph that someone made a phone call or text from the person of interest’s phone threatening violence if James Holmes was not released from jail.Police said Holmes had been planning the massacre for months, stockpiling a cache of weapons and purchasing 6,000 rounds of ammo online, the Denver Post reported.Photo Credit: (Karl Gehring/AP)

Second “Person Of Interest” Sought In Colorado Shooting

A second person of interest is being sought by Denver police in connection with Friday’s mass shooting that left 12 dead and close to 60 injured.

The identify of the person was not identified because the person has not been charged, Fox 31 Denver reported. Neighbors of the person of interest said SWAT teams and police cars have been in the alley and in unmarked cars in the street.

One neighbor told Fox 31 that the police were inside the person of interest’s home early in the morning.

“I woke up this morning with cops still here trying to look inside his home.  At 5:00 a.m. cops showed-up and asked me about (him).”

It was not clear if the person of interest had an actual involvement in Friday’s shooting at a midnight premier of “The Dark Knight Rises.” A source told Fox 31′s Justin Joseph that someone made a phone call or text from the person of interest’s phone threatening violence if James Holmes was not released from jail.

Police said Holmes had been planning the massacre for months, stockpiling a cache of weapons and purchasing 6,000 rounds of ammo online, the Denver Post reported.

Photo Credit: (Karl Gehring/AP)