(ORLANDO, Fla.) -- Family photos line the walls and clothes and toys are strewn about.
Footage from inside Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen's house appears to show a typical home.
There's a messy walk-in closet in what looks to be the ground-level master bedroom and a set of matching light brown couches in the living room, according to footage shot by Univision.
The dining table has family photos at the center, while framed photos line the walls and cover the refrigerator.
Mateen's expired firearm license is seen on the kitchen counter along with two unidentifiable pamphlets.
The apartment also has a child's room with toys strewn on the floor including a Spider-Man bike, a Captain America shield and a light saber.
The child's room has several posters on the wall, including a motivational poster that reads: "Be Someone You Would Be Proud To Know."
Mateen was killed during a shootout with police following a three-hour standoff inside a gay nightclub. There were 49 victims in the massacre and 53 others were injured.
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