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Officials: Some items left behind at Route 91 Harvest Festival available

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Debris litters a festival grounds across the street from the Mandalay Bay hotel-casino on Oct. 3, 2017. (John Locher/AP) Debris litters a festival grounds across the street from the Mandalay Bay hotel-casino on Oct. 3, 2017. (John Locher/AP)
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -

Officials in Clark County said some of the items left behind at the at the Route 91 Harvest Festival are available to be picked up. 

Representatives said the property distribution process for victims and family members to retrieve personal effects from the Route 91 Harvest Festival grounds is underway. 

Numerous articles, including vehicles, were left behind at the concert venue after gunfire rang out at the festival.

John Steinbeck, Clark County Fire Deputy Chief, along with FBI Media Specialist Sandy Breault were among a small group of officials who spoke Sunday afternoon.

The Family Assistance Center, located at 3150 Paradise Road, is where items can be picked up from the first cleared area of the festival venue. The center is open from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. daily. 

On Monday, officials said people who left items in area "B" can also pick up items. Once items from other areas are ready to be released it will be announced to the public. 

On Tuesday, Metro said items from area "C" were available for pick up as well. 

Officials said this is an ongoing process and that none of the items being retrieved at this time were considered evidence.  

An online questionnaire form is available on the FBI's website for concert attendees to fill out to describe the belongings they left behind. The form can be found online here. People can also email inquiries here

If someone is not sure where they may have lost their items, they can also wait for all items to be cataloged and made available for pickup. 

In addition to retrieving personal property, the Family Assistance Center has a number of on-site services for victims, including crisis counseling, spiritual care, travel and transportation, lodging, legal services, on-site child care for people using the services, health care assistance and more. 

The center at the convention center are expected to remain at that location until Oct. 20. Officials said they are working on establishing a long-term location for victims. 

Sunday's press conference was held at the former Riviera hotel-casino site.   

Stay with FOX5 for continued coverage. 

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