CORONA, Calif. (FOX 11) - Federal agents and investigators are serving a search warrant at the Corona home of San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook's brother.
The agents have been outside the home in the 1700 block Forum Way since early Thursday morning. An FBI spokesperson was quoted as saying that “A federal search warrant is being carried out at a residence in Corona in connection with an ongoing investigation.
From Zohreen Adamjee:
It appears FBI agents are still trying to solve the mystery behind the San Bernardino massacre.
Neighbors watched Thursday morning as nearly a dozen FBI agents served a search warrant at Syed Raheel Farook's Corona home on Forum Way.
Syed Raheel's brother - Syed Rizwan Farook and his sister-in-law Tashfeen Malik gunned down 14 people and wounded 22 others at the Inland Regional Center last December.
On Thursday, agents were at Syed Raheel's family home for nearly four hours, removing what appears to be evidence.
A spokeswoman says the affidavit in support of the warrant has been sealed by the court and they're not allowed to talk about the nature of the search.
Some neighbors said they'd be surprised if the family was involved in the plot.
Syed Raheel served in the navy from 2003 to 2007 according to military records. Unlike his brother, Syed Rizwan, Syed Raheel is reportedly the extrovert.
But other neighbors said the family had become so quiet recently, they said they didn't even know Syed Raheel, his wife and younger daughter lived here anymore.
"There was a U-Haul truck that had come by and they looked like they moved out. They had boxes, they had a lot of activity going on but I figured they had moved out," said neighbor Steven Gutierrez.
Raheel Farook's family didn't speak to the media.
The FBI isn't commenting on what they took from the home. They say no arrests were made.