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Killer couple's links to international terror: US-born gunman was in touch with known terror suspects and radicalized online after wooing his Pakistani wife on devout Muslim pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia. Two suspects were killed by police after a mass shooting at a conference center Wednesday Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, and Tashfeen Malik, 27, were killed in a gun battle with police after the mass shooting Farook is said to have traveled to Saudi Arabia earlier this year and returned with a wife - and a baby followed Police said 14 died and a 17 were wounded after suspects opened fire at the Inland Regional Center on Wednesday.
A police helicopter hovers around the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, the scene of a mass shooting on Wednesday morning.
The shooters began their massacre at the Inland Regional Center (top left) before fleeing. Police later traced them to a home in Redlands (bottom right), where a chase began which ended on San Bernardino Avenue (top center), where the two were shot dead.
A heavily-armed officer was pictured outside the conference center in the immediate aftermath of the shooting - while Farook and Malik were still on the run.
The attackers were wearing tactical gear, armed with rifles, and left a suspicious package.
Survivors were evacuated from the scene of a shooting under police escort.
A couple embraced following a mass shooting at the Inland Regional Center that left 14 people dead in San Bernardino, California.
Emergency services treated victims on the tarmac as police issued alerts to find the shooters.
Victims are pictured outside the conference center after the shooting.
One of the victims was removed on a stretcher from the center.
The image on the left shows the conversation one man had with his daughter, Holly, who works in the building. The image on the right shows a text that Gina, a worker at Inland Regional Center, sent to her sister as the gunmen stormed the building.
Workers and patients inside the building jumped under tables and turned off their cell phones to hide when shots began firing.
A dramatic police shootout was underway in San Bernardino as police closed in on the terror gunman suspected of killing 14 and injuring another 17 at a disabled learning center.
The second attacker, who is believed to have tried to run from the SUV, can be seen in a pool of blood in the bottom-right of this image, taken from local news footage.
A differently-angled aerial shot of the scene shows the second attacker on the other side of the street from the SUV, which has had its passenger-side front and back windows shot out.
Officers are seen gathering evidence around the shot-up SUV belonging to the shooters.
An assault rifle is seen resting on the sidewalk near a large blood stain and a pair of black sneakers in Redlands.
Local news footage on Wednesday evening showed one of the dead attackers outside the shot-out SUV. The suspect was killed in a police chase while still inside the vehicle, then moved on the street.
Dozens of police cars have been pictured lined up along the street as armed officers sweep through the neighborhood, saying they are still responding to an 'active situation'.
SWAT officers have been pictured riding through the streets on the side of an armored vehicle carrying out house-to-house searches for a suspected third gunman who police say could still be on the loose.
A broken window and crushed fence is seen at a home in Redlands, California, linked to the San Bernardino shooting suspects Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife.
FBI agents search outside a home in Redlands, California, connected to Farook and Malik.
One of the shooters, Syed Farook, takes a selfie. (undated)
Syed Farook's brother-in-law Farhan Khan (pictured) spoke at a press conference to say he was stunned to hear of his relative's involvement in the shooting.
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