SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) — The latest on the shootings in San Bernardino, California (all times local):
Memorial services have concluded for three of the 14 people killed in the San Bernardino attack.
Twenty-seven-year-old Sierra Clayborn, 52-year-old Nicholas Thalasinos and 37-year-old Michael Wetzel were remembered by friends and family at services in Southern California on Saturday.
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In a service for Clayborn, relatives recalled her bright smile and sweet demeanor. Thalasinos was remembered for his devotion to his faith and his wife. Wetzel’s family spoke about the love he had for his six children.
The Saturday services were the final public memorial services for those killed in the attack.
Relatives of all 14 victims met with President Barack Obama at a high school in San Bernardino Friday. They shared stories about their loved ones and the grief and anguish they have endured.
The family of the husband and wife who killed 14 people at a holiday party in San Bernardino, California, is removing items from the couple’s home in the Redlands.
The Press-Enterprise reports (http://bit.ly/1T8Oj45 ) Syed Rizwan Farook’s relatives arrived at his townhome in a U-Haul truck Saturday morning.
A man unscrewed the plywood blocking the front entrance and movers could be seen carrying items into the truck.
An attorney told the newspaper it was a difficult day for the family and that they would not be answering any questions.
Investigators say they found an arsenal of ammunition and homemade bombs inside the home after the attack. The landlord later let reporters inside, where they saw baby items, family photos and dirty dishes in a sink.