REDLANDS, Calif. (WABC) -- For the first time, journalists got a look inside the San Bernardino mass shooting suspects' modest apartment and a glimpse into their otherwise ordinary suburban life in Redlands, California.
"They didn't tell me they were terrorists when they moved in, didn't put that on the application," said Doyle Miller, the couple's landlord.
Miller is just as stunned as anyone else.
Religious books in Arabic mixed-in with a child's toys, endless piles of papers, and unused exercise equipment. There were piles of laundry and dirty dishes in the kitchen.
On one of the books is a prayer that reads, "Praise be to Allah who relieved me from my suffering and gave me relief."
Relatives continue to insist they had absolutely no idea what Sayed Farook and his newlywed wife had planned for the people of San Bernardino, and they agonize over that.
"So many things I ask myself. I ask myself if I had called him that morning, or the night before, asked him how he was doing, what he was up to. If I had any inclination maybe I could have stopped it," said Saira Khan, Farook's sister.
What was left in the apartment was material left behind by the FBI. A monitor, but not the microprocessor.
It was revealed Friday that the couple attempted to destroy their hard drives and cellphones. FBI technicians in Virginia are working desperately to recover whatever can be recovered.
They hope to use that information to identify possible collaborators and clarify the motive.
"We do hope that the digital fingerprints that were left by these two individuals will take us towards their motivation," said David Bowdich, FBI.
Carol Knecht lives just four doors down.
"If it can happen here, it can happen anywhere. You mention ISIS and it just makes me so sad. But this is the times we live in," Knecht said.
"They just seemed like normal, ordinary people, nice people. (He had a solid job) Yeah, both of them. (Did you see the baby?) No, I didn't. (But they talked about it?) Yeah," Miller said.
Take a look inside the San Bernardino suspects' home
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