One of the San Bernardino attackers practiced firing a military-style weapon at a Riverside County gun range, according to an employee who described him as a "normal guy."John Galletta, a firearms instructor at Riverside Magnum Range, said shooter Syed Rizwan Farook had practiced there before, but couldn't comment on when or how frequently. 2 Health Department event San Bernardino County's Department of Public Health hosts an event in a conference room at one of the buildings that make up the Inland Regional Center complex at 1365 S. Federal investigators did not know how the couple had become radicalized, said David Bowdich, assistant director in charge of the FBI's Los Angeles office."Remember, oftentimes it's on the Internet," he said.The company has turned over surveillance footage and sign-in logs to the FBI, he said. John D'Angelo of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives added that three of the guns recovered from the couple's shootout with police after their attack and from the couple's home were purchased by Farook between 20.Investigators later served a search warrant for that home where Farook and Malik were listed in its rental agreement, and found dozens of pipe bombs and tools for making explosives and over 3,000 rounds of ammunition.Officials said Farook attended a banquet and conference held at the Inland Regional Center Wednesday morning by the department of public health, but left angry during a break in the meeting.Authorities said Farook and Malik were killed in a gun battle with police following the killings and a short pursuit involving the vehicle.The chase began after authorities received a tip about the SUV near a home in Redlands.
It wasn't clear if that is the only type of weapon he practiced with, Galletta said. 2 Health Department event San Bernardino County's Department of Public Health hosts an event in a conference room at one of the buildings that make up the Inland Regional Center complex at 1365 S. Marquez entered a mental hospital after the attacks, according to two law enforcement sources. Officials also said Farook and Malik, had gone to gun ranges in the Los Angeles area in the days before Wednesday's massacre, in which 14 people were killed and 21 were injured. The FBI said Monday that the San Bernardino shooters had been radicalized "for quite some time," but investigators were still trying to determine whether they had links to foreign terror organizations.Federal authorities interviewed Marquez over the weekend after discovering that he had given the assailants two semiautomatic weapons.A source said there was no indication at this time that Marquez had any knowledge of the plot.