The Pulse nightclub was the site of a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Florida in 2016.
The shooting left 49 people dead and 53 injured.
Since then, a number of security cameras have been installed at the club, and security camera footage has been shared on social media.
However, the footage was initially not shared with the public until June 2016, according to a spokesperson for the Orlando Police Department.
Now, the department is looking to get the footage shared on its website, where it will be displayed for a short period of time.
The Pulse club, which opened in July 2016, was named for the Pulse, Florida, gay club where the attack took place.
The video of the footage posted by the Orlando police department on its Facebook page shows a security camera on the wall of the nightclub.
The camera is seen on the left of the club.
On the right, the camera is shown on the dance floor.
The security camera was installed on the top of a building at the end of the dancefloor.
On June 10, 2016, a man named Andrew L. Smith, 24, was arrested on suspicion of carrying out the Pulse shooting.
Smith was charged with four counts of murder, one count of attempted murder and four counts related to the theft of a firearm, police said.
The suspect is also charged with possessing and trafficking in an unregistered firearm, which is a federal felony.
The Orlando Police department said that Smith also had several firearms, and was known to law enforcement.
The police department has not released any other information about the surveillance footage, including the type of camera or its location.
The shooter has not been identified.
He is described as a white male, 5 feet, 10 inches tall and 160 pounds.
He was wearing a black sweatshirt and blue jeans when he opened fire on the crowd at the nightclub on June 12, 2016.
It is unclear whether he had a firearm when he fired.
He also allegedly used an imitation gun to shoot into the crowd.
He died in a hail of gunfire.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, Smith had a history of mental illness and was treated at a mental health facility for a series of mental health issues.
He had a criminal record that includes charges of assault and battery and a domestic violence charge, among other charges.
According a criminal complaint filed by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Smith was arrested in 2015 for assault and aggravated battery.
He pleaded guilty to the domestic violence charges and was sentenced to six years in prison.
He has since been released from prison.
The city of Orlando has also received a number or surveillance cameras from the Orlando City Department of Public Works, the Orlando Business Journal reported.
The cameras were installed after the Pulse attack, and they were visible for more than a year.
According the Orlando newspaper, the cameras were activated in June 2016 and they will be activated again after the next shooting.
The videos will be shown in a video on the police department’s Facebook page.
The surveillance cameras are currently visible at the corner of Orange Avenue and Orange Street.
Orlando City is looking for anyone with information about these cameras, as well as any other witnesses or any information that can assist the investigation.
You can also reach the Orlando PD at 407-865-2400, by text messaging 504-727-6522, by visiting their website, by emailing [email protected], or by calling 407-739-3325.
The news source: The Orlando Sentinel