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Community Mourns As Investigation Continues Into San Bernardino Mass Shooting
A book sits on a bedside table inside the home of shooting suspect Syed Farook in San Bernardino, CA on Dec. 4, 2015.Justin Sullivan—Getty Images
Community Mourns As Investigation Continues Into San Bernardino Mass Shooting
Community Mourns As Investigation Continues Into San Bernardino Mass Shooting
Community Mourns As Investigation Continues Into San Bernardino Mass Shooting
Community Mourns As Investigation Continues Into San Bernardino Mass Shooting
Community Mourns As Investigation Continues Into San Bernardino Mass Shooting
A book sits on a bedside table inside the home of shooting suspect Syed Farook in San Bernardino, CA on Dec. 4, 2015.
Justin Sullivan—Getty Images
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See Inside the San Bernardino Shooting Suspects' Home

Updated: Dec 04, 2015 4:07 PM ET

The landlord of the San Bernandino shooting suspects allowed reporters and photographers into the accused couple's home Friday, giving the public an unusually intimate glimpse of the private life of the suspected attackers. Syed Farook, a U.S. citizen, and his wife Tashfeen Malik, a permanent resident, were killed in a gunfight with police after allegedly murdering 14 people during a shooting at Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California. The couple had a 6-month old daughter who was left with her grandmother during the attack.

It is rare for media to get access to a terrorist suspect's home so soon after the crime.

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