UPDATED: SUV Driven By San Bernardino Terrorists Had Utah License Plates
By RedFlag News Desk
Update: Fox News 13 in Utah has confirmed that the SUV was a rental, rented in California days before the shooting.
The terrorists killed in a shootout with police Wednesday after the shooting in San Bernardino were driving a black SUV with Utah plates. This is odd considering both of the confirmed suspects, Tashfeen Malik and Farooq Saeed, lived in California.
Initial reports stated that there were three gunmen involved in the shooting. Could this car have belonged to the third suspect, or was it simply a rental car?
The shootings in San Bernardino may have a Utah connection, as CNN reports the black SUV the suspects fled from police in while exchanging gunfire had Utah license plates. Utah authorities were unable to confirm that specific detail, but they stated they are working with law enforcement in California to provide information on any vehicles with Utah license plates that may have been in the area of the shootings.
Below is an image of the SUV involved in the shootout:
This is an example of a Utah plate, like the one seen on the shooter’s SUV:
Stay tuned for more updates as they become available…