Media reports identified one of the three suspects in Wednesday's mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, as Syed Farook, also referred to as Sayeed Farook. The rampage resulted in police fatally shooting two of the suspects, one of whom was identified as Farook, an American citizen, the Los Angeles Times reported. The other deceased suspect, a woman, and the third suspect, who has been detained, have not yet been identified.

Public records reportedly show that a person named Syed R. Farook was employed by the San Bernardino County Health Department as an environmental health specialist, but it was unclear whether that was the same person involved with the deadly shooting. 


The mass shooting occurred at the Inland Regional Center, which offers services to those with developmental and physical disabilities, and claimed the lives of at least 14 people and wounded at least 17 others. The motive behind the rampage was still unclear, and terrorism has not yet been ruled out.

"I am still not willing to say that we know that for sure," said David Bowdich, assistant director of the FBI, during a news conference, International Business Times previously reported. "We definitely are making some movements that it is a possibility."

An FBI raid was underway Wednesday night at an apartment in Redlands, California, as police served a search warrant in connection with the deadly shooting at the Inland Regional Center.