FBI searches home of brother of San Bernardino shooter Farook

FBI Raids Home of San Bernardino Shooter's Brother

Feb 18 (Reuters) - The Federal Bureau of Investigation searched the Southern California home of the brother of one of the shooters in the Dec. 2 San Bernardino attack, a law enforcement source close to the investigation said on Thursday.

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The source said that investigators with a search warrant went to the Corona home of Syed Raheel Farook, a Navy veteran whose brother and sister-in-law, Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik, killed 14 people at a holiday party.

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RIVERSIDE, CA - DECEMBER 5: A broken garage and window are seen after law enforcement officials raided the Riverside home of Enrique Marquez, who lived next door to an old address of shooter Syed Farook, overnight in Riverside, CA on Saturday, December 05, 2015. Two of the highly modified assault weapons had been purchased by a third party suspected to be Marquez. A heavily armed man and woman opened fire Wednesday on a holiday banquet for his co-workers, killing multiple people and seriously wounding others in a precision assault, authorities said. Hours later, they died in a shootout with police. (Photo by Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
RIVERSIDE, CA - DECEMBER 5: A sign is seen in the front yard after law enforcement officials raided the Riverside home of Enrique Marquez, who lived next door to an old address of shooter Syed Farook, overnight in Riverside, CA on Saturday, December 05, 2015. Two of the highly modified assault weapons had been purchased by a third party suspected to be Marquez. A heavily armed man and woman opened fire Wednesday on a holiday banquet for his co-workers, killing multiple people and seriously wounding others in a precision assault, authorities said. Hours later, they died in a shootout with police. (Photo by Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Officials are battling Apple Inc in court to get the company to help them unlock an iPhone that had been used by one of the shooters.

The source said that investigators do not intend to make an arrest on Thursday. The source did not say whether the search was related to efforts to unlock the iPhone.

Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife died in a shootout with police the same day they attacked the holiday party.

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