At least 30 bodies have been found after a gunman stormed into Resorts World Manila entertainment complex near the Philippines capital on 2 June. The unidentified attacker was dead, police said, releasing his CCTV images. The gunman opened fire on objects inside the complex, torched casino tables and also ransacked the casinos chip storage before setting himself on fire in one of the Maxims Hotel rooms.National Capital Region police office director Oscar Albayalde added that the ones dead could have died of suffocation following a fire at the hotel. Police also said there is no evidence pointing to the attack being an act of terrorism although ISIS has claimed responsibility.