Police in California have named two suspects killed after a mass shooting which left 14 people dead at a social services centre.
The man and woman, Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, and Tashfeen Malik, 27, were killed in an exchange of fire with police.
Farook had been a San Bernardino public health employee for five years, police chief Jarrod Burguan said.
The attack took place at an event on Wednesday for Farook’s colleagues. None of the victims has been identified.
No motive has been established, but the FBI is considering both workplace violence and terrorism, according to David Bowdich from the bureau’s Los Angeles office.
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