Police release Pulse nightclub back to owner after shooting

Pulse nightclub, the scene of the worst mass shooting in modern US history, was broken into overnight, police said.

The owner, who opened the club in honor of her brother who died of AIDS, had said in the immediate aftermath of the attack that Pulse would reopen.

The intruder or intruders allegedly pried plywood from a doorway to gain access to the building, according to the police report. She sat down with the "Today Show" and said that she was planning on going back to the club.

She said in a statement: "This is a bittersweet day".

Pulse nightclub, the scene of the worst mass shooting in modern USA history was broken into overnight, sources said. Poma said that the club was meant to be a safe place for the LGBT community, ABC News reported.

Now that Poma has control of the location again, she can decided what to do with it.

The club's owners reported the break-in on Thursday morning, police said. "This tragedy has affected everyone in the community, and we want this physical representation of the #OrlandoUnited idea".

Runners laced up their sneakers and hit the streets of Savannah Tuesday night to support families and survivors of the mass shooting in Orlando.

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