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The couple behind yesterday’s massacre in San Bernardino wore GoPro cameras during their attack, Fox News is reporting. A “law enforcement source” told the network that the attackers strapped the video cameras to their body armor in order to capture footage of the deadly raid. However, it is unclear whether footage from the cameras was uploaded to the Internet by the suspects before they were killed in a shootout with police.

Authorities say Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, and his wife Tashfeen Malik, 27, carried out the attack at the Inland Regional Center which left 14 people dead. Farook, who was an environmental specialist with the county health department, sometimes worked at the facility.

According to the Los Angeles Times, coworkers described Farook as quiet, polite, and devoutly Muslim, and say they saw no outward signs of radicalization.

“He never struck me as a fanatic, he never struck me as suspicious,” Griselda Reisinger, a former coworker, told the Times.

Patrick Baccari, who shared a cubicle with the gunman, said Farook traveled to Saudi Arabia earlier this year and returned with a wife, Malik, who he had met online. Baccari also said the young couple, who had a six-month-old daughter, seemed to be “living the American dream.”

(Source: Fox News)