Six weeks after the San Bernardino terror attack, the man leading the investigation said Friday that some of the most basic questions remain the most elusive to answer — was anyone else involved, was more violence planned, and why was the attack site chosen?
David Bowdich, chief of the FBI’s Los Angeles field office, told The Associated Press that of all the unanswered questions, the one he most wants answered is whether the husband-and-wife killers had accomplices.
“We’re interested in anyone who we find had anything to do with this, anyone who turned their head, anyone who participated in any form or fashion in this,” Bowdich said in an interview in his office near Beverly Hills.
“We are not looking past anyone at this point,” he said. “We have a very open mind on this investigation.”