FBI investigating, seeking information on victims of Las Vegas shooting

Melissah Burke and her husband Stephen, of Seattle, walk along the Las Vegas Strip near Mandalay Bay hotel and casino Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, in Las Vegas. The couple, who were attending the music festival last night where a mass shooting occurred, found refuge in a nearby apartment and casino. (AP Photo/Ronda Churchill)

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is working with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department as they investigate the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

On Sunday night, a heavily armed man shot and killed at least 59 people and injured over 500 others on the final night of the Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas.

The FBI's Victim Services Division is now seeking information on those who were injured during the shooting or witnesses.

According to the FBI, if you were a victim or witness, "you may be eligible for certain services and rights, such as special funding to provide emergency assistance, crime victims compensation, and counseling."

If you were a victim or a witness of the Las Vegas shooting, click here to complete the FBI's Questionnaire.