SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. -- Police and federal agents are for a second day searching a home in connection to the massacre in San Bernardino.
A search team combed the residence early Thursday in neighboring Redlands, about 7 miles from the shooting at Inland Regional Center. Riverside County Hazardous Device Team was on scene. The neighborhood was roped off and people who live nearby were not being allowed back into their homes.
A black sedan parked outside was also searched.
The home is where officers initially saw a vehicle matching the description of the suspects' SUV in the hours before the final gun battle that killed them. A bomb squad on Wednesday swept the building with robots.
Police didn't immediately say if the suspects — Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik — lived at the home. Public records show it is a possible residence of a family member of Farook.
Residents tell KABC-TV Redlands is a "sleepy little town" and expressed shock that the killers might be their neighbors.