Here's what we know about the mass shooting in San Bernardino, Calif.:Suspects: Health inspector Syed Farook, 28, and the woman he lived with, Tashfeen Malik, 27 went on a shooting rampage in San Bernardino on Wednesday at a social services center, then fled the scene. After a manhunt, a Farook and Tashfeen were killed after gunfire was exchanged with police. Witnesses say Farook attended a meeting at the center before leaving angrily for reasons that are still unknown. He returned with Malik and opened fire.
Manhunt ensues: After the shooting, the suspects fled the scene in a dark colored car, reports San Bernardino County Sheriff's department. Later, officers following up on a tip rushed to a home, and the suspects fled in an SUV. A police chase and a shootout followed, San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan said. "One male and one female were killed," Burguan said. He said the pair were dressed in military-style garb and were armed with assault rifles and handguns. One officer was wounded in the shootout, but the injuries were not life-threatening.
What about the third suspect? "There was a third person seen running away, and that person has been detained," Burguan said. He said it was not clear if the person was involved in the massacre. Burguan said that based on the investigation, Farook and Malik were the only shooters. Officers searching the scene of the mass shooting later found an explosive device that had not detonated.
Victims: At least 14 people are dead and 17 wounded, the sheriff's department reports. Loma Linda University Medical Center says its received four adult patients from the shooting, with at least three more expected. There is no word on the condition of the victims. San Bernardino county officials tweeted that six patients are being treated at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center.
Possibility of terrorism: David Bowdich, FBI assistant director in charge of the Los Angeles office, said terrorism is "a possibility, but we do not know that yet." The FBI is working with state and local law enforcement. "We will go where the evidence takes us," he said.
Location of mass shooting: The incident occurred at Inland Regional Center, which provides services for people with developmental disabilities. Marybeth Field, president and CEO of the Inland Regional Center, says the incident took place in a conference area, one of three buildings at the center, that an outside healthcare provider was renting Wednesday for a holiday party.
Location of suspect shootout with police: Farook and Malik were killed on E. San Bernardino Ave., a few miles from Inland Regional Center.