FBI agents took invoices from two gun shops, one based in Fort Worth, as well as rounds of .223-caliber and a 9-millimeter ammunition, weapons accessories and an iPhone when they searched the California home of the suspects in the San Bernardino shooting.

Those items and others were listed on an FBI evidence receipt left behind at the home of Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, and posted by the Los Angeles Times.

The landlord of the Redlands, California, town house that they rented allowed reporters into the home on Friday.

The invoices do not say what was purchased from Cheaper Than Dirt, which according to its website is a gun discounter based in Fort Worth, and the second online gun shop, Budsgunshop.com.

Read more

Related Articles