A couple who shot and killed 12 people in San Bernardino, California had more than 1,600 rounds of ammunition in their SUV when police killed them and bombs built in their home...
The latest on the investigation from FOX's Jessica Rosenthal in San Bernardino:
F.B.I. David Bowdich said they're still working through reports that the suspect Syed Farook was in touch with international terror suspects as well as all of the countries he traveled to before returning to the U.S. in 2014 with the woman who would become his wife...
(Bowdich) "We know he did go to Pakistan at one point. We know she is here on a K-1 visa under a Pakistani passport."
Bowdich says they're going through digital evidence of the suspects and that's key of discovering their motive.
Computers, thumb drives, and cellphones have been taken... The house the suspects had rented had 12 pipe bombs inside and hundreds of tools to make more and a remote control detonation device was found on the suspects when they were killed. It was meant to detonate three devices that had been bound together.
In San Bernardino, Jessica Rosenthal, FOX News.
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