Las Vegas authorities have responded to ISIS hinting at an attack
The video, which included footage of the Las Vegas skyline, called for jihadists throughout the world to commit solo terror attacks.
After being released, the video was promptly investigated by officials for its authenticity.
Southern Nevada counter-terror chief, Captain Christopher Darcy, said: “It would be irresponsible not to take any threat as credible.”
With Las Vegas being a popular tourist destination for visitors around the US and the world, Captain Darcy has suggested law enforcement will be bolstered.
He added: “I’d rather respond to 1,000 nothings than miss the one something that’s going to lead us to stopping an attack here in our valley.”
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Times Square in New York was also included in the 44-minute ISIS video.
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The video’s narrator called for “all-out war” to be waged by “soldiers of the caliphate” and to “open in their faces the door of jihad”, referring to “tyrants” in Russia, Europe and the US.
Police have said it is important for people in the area to be vigilant and report suspicious activity. More security patrols will also be taking place in the city.
The Manchester terror attack killed at least 22 people and injured more than 100 others
The threat comes after Monday’s terror attack in Manchester, which killed at least 22 people and injured more than 100 others after an Ariana Grande concert.
Manchester bomber Salman Abedi is believed to have planned Monday’s horrific terror attack for at least a year.
UK security agencies are reported to have thwarted five terror plots aimed at UK citizens since the Westminster terror attack in March.