Minute by minute: A timeline of the Chattanooga attack revealed

Maj. Gen. Paul W. Brier, commanding general of the 4th Marine Division of the U. S. Marine Corps, speaks during a Wednesday news conference in the auditorium of the TVA Office Complex in Chattanooga. At left is U. S. Navy Rear Adm. Mary M. Jackson, Commander of the Navy for the Southeast Region, while Chattanooga Police Chief Fred Fletcher is seen at right.

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The gunsFederal investigators found three weapons at the U.S. Naval and Marine Reserve Center on Amnicola Highway that appear to have been Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez, said Ed Reinhold, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Knoxville division. Abdulazeez had a hand gun and assault rifle on him, and left a third gun in the Mustang he drove.Investigators also discovered two other guns inside the reserve that belonged to service members, Reinhold said. At least one of those guns had been fired, but it’s unclear whether Abdulazeez was hit by those weapons. The military will investigate whether those service members were authorized to carry weapons.Reinhold said that preliminary reports suggest all the victims were killed by the same gun.The investigatorsThere are between 700 and 1,000 personnel working this case, Reinhold said, and 250 of those people are in Chattanooga.