UPDATE 3:45 p.m. EST: After broadcasting live footage on Friday from the home of the suspected attackers in the San Bernardino, California, mass shooting, MSNBC released a statement saying it regretted showing "images of photographs and identification cards that should not have been aired without review." With the apparent approval of the building owner, a number of news crews rushed into the home of Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, which caused concerns about the ethics of the broadcasts.

The FBI said it had finished its investigation at the property belonging to the married couple suspected of carrying out the shooting on Wednesday that left 14 people dead and 21 wounded.



UPDATE 2:20 p.m. EST: After news crews broadcast live shots into the home of Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, the alleged killers in the San Bernardino, California, mass shooting, the building owner confirmed to reporters that he gave them permission to open Farook and Malik's home in Redlands, California, according to the Los Angeles Times.  



The FBI said it had finished going through the home and released it back to the owner. “When we finish our searches we release the property back to the owner,” said FBI spokeswoman Lourdes Arocho to the L.A. Times.

Local police earlier said they believed the house was still under investigation. "My understanding is it was an active crime scene," San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Deputy Olivia Bozek said.


UPDATE 1:50 p.m. EST:

Journalists entered the home of the alleged shooters in the San Bernardino mass shooting on Friday with news crews showing live shots of personal items. It remained unclear if the reporters were allowed access by authorities, but the actions of the news crews sparked condemnation by many.

According to reports from Mashable and CNN, the FBI said, "The search is over at that location." A press conference was scheduled for 11 a.m. PT.

Original Story:

With the apparent permission of the property's landlord, news crews Friday entered the home of the alleged attackers in the San Bernardino, California mass shooting that left 14 people dead and 21 wounded. Following live shots inside the home, reports surfaced noting that authorities still considered the home an active crime scene. Watch the live stream below:

Among the outlets that broadcast the footage were CNN, MSNBC, BBC, CBS News and local media, according to Mashable. Mother Jones reported that the sheriff's office and FBI had said the house was still an active crime seen. The FBI in Los Angeles said it did not believe the scene was open to the public. 

The landlord tore off a piece of plywood covering the door and let the news crews into the home. One reporter was seen looking through items on the suspects' desk and journalists described seeing personal identification documents throughout the house. 

Twitter users responded by questioning the ethics of the situation.