The massacre at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino was one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history, killing 14 people.
San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan on Thursday offered details on the victims, and the materials used by the shooters, who were also killed in a shootout with police.
Here's a breakdown of the numbers:
The number of victims.
The number of people wounded.
A rough count of the number of local, state and federal law enforcers who responded to the active shooter situation. Many were moved to the investigation and the officer-involved shooting that followed.
The number of rounds authorities believe the suspects fired from their rifles at the scene.
Pipe bomb located at the scene. The bomb had three separate remote-controlled devices that failed to go off at the scene. There were 12 more pipe bomb-like devices found at the shooters' house, along with materials to make more bombs.
The number of high capacity magazines left by the suspects at the scene.
The number of police agencies involved in the officer-involved shooting following the initial active shooter incident.
The number of officers who actually fired their weapons during the manhunt for suspects involved in the shooting.
The approximate number of rounds fired by the 23 officers. Both suspects were killed at the scene.
The approximate number of rounds fired by the suspects at the officers during the pursuit.
The number of .223-caliber rounds the suspects had on their bodies and/or in their car at the time of the pursuit.
The number of 9mm rounds the suspects had on their persons as well.
The number of officers injured.