Syed Farook, named by unidentified sources as one of the shooters at the San Bernardino Inland Regional Center, had recently returned from paternity leave to his job as a food inspector for the San Bernardino public health department, whose holiday party was the scene of the massacre, former colleague Griselda Resigner tells the Los Angeles Times. And she said that Farook attended the department's holiday party last year, held at the same facility.
"He was very quiet," Reisinger said of Farook. "I would say hi and bye, but we never engaged him in conversation. He didn't say much at all." Law enforcement officials have not attempted to provide a motive for Wednesday's attack, which killed 14 people and wounded 17 others, but the FBI listed terrorism and a fight at the holiday party as possibilities.
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