This January 2011 file photo shows people at the scene of the Tucson shooting spree. The Pima County Sheriff's Department is set to release records in the case for the first time on Wednesday.

Thousands of pages of reports about the 2011 Tucson shooting are set to be made public Wednesday morning.

The Pima County Sheriff’s Department said it will make about 2,700 pages of reports related its investigation of gunman Jared Lee Loughner available for review. The documents mostly are redacted incident reports and related material made during the Sheriff’s Department’s probe of the Jan. 8, 2011 shooting that killed six people and wounded 13, including former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. A judge sealed the records until the prosecution against Loughner was finished. He is serving life in prison without parole.

The reports are to be made available to media outlets at 8 a.m. News gleaned from the documents will be posted on a live blog at as soon as possible. Updates on Twitter will use #Tucsonshooting.

Also, Star readers will have access to the files at Readers also will be able to share their observations in real-time with the StarNet community.

Senior Editor, News, Arizona Daily Star, Tucson, Az.