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Company says it didn't know shooter's co-worker complained about him

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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- The security company that employed the Orlando nightclub gunman says it has no record of a co-worker's complaints that the shooter was angry, profane and threatened violence.

The company, G4S, says in a statement Monday that it has no record of any complaint by Daniel Gilroy against Omar Mateen. Mateen died in a gun battle with police after a mass shooting that left 49 people dead.

Gilroy told The New York Times that Mateen started badgering him and sending dozens of text messages to him daily, and that he reported Mateen's behavior to his bosses.

However, G4S says Gilroy told company officials in June 2015, shortly after he left the firm, that his co-workers were "good men and women that put in an honest day's work and genuinely like to work as a team and contribute."

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