New probe into ADAM LANZA Newtown kill spree has police investigating he may have been copying a video game shot for shot in his rampage of terror.  

Police investigating the Newtown school killings have been looking into the possibility that gunman Adam Lanza may have been copying a video game as killed 26 people in the massacre.

The Hartford Courant reported  that two months after the Sandy Hook Elementary School, little remains known about Lanza's motive.

Before the killings, Lana smashed his computer hard drive, making his online trail and habits nearly impossible to disseminate, but police have reportedly cracked some of the criminal’s cyber fofresnsics finding thousands of dollars worth of violent video games.

As The ENQUIRER first reported Lanza played the games for hours on end including the militaristic one-person-shooter ‘Call of Duty” series.

The troubled Lanza also learned how to fire guns during numerous sessions with mother Nancy Lanza, a survivalist,  at a shooting range, where the two reportedly “bonded”.

Now, investigating  detectives are probing whether Lanza was  actually following  a shot-for-shot  scenario from one of those video games as he fired rounds from his mother's Bushmaster assault rifle in two classrooms at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14.

The four weapons, including a Glock 10-mm handgun, a Sig Sauer 9-mm handgun and a Bushmaster AR-15 assault rifle, used in the mass shooting at the elementary school all belonged to Nancy Lanza who was reportedly diagnosed with M.S. and was in the process of downsizing when Adam, who allegedly had Asperger’s, exploded.