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TODAY   |  November 05, 2013

New details on LAX shooting suspect emerge

Suspected Los Angeles International Airport shooter Paul Ciancia is in critical condition and while cannot yet reveal his motives, investigators have interviewed his roommates and removed boxes of evidence from his Sun Valley home. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.

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>> new details emerging about the suspect gunman accused of the rampage inside the third busiest airport at l.a.x. miguel almaguer has the latest.

>> the fbi spent monday at paul ciancia's apartment. they interviewed men that live with the 23-year-old. according to this search warrant, the suspected gunman entered one of their rooms unannounced and asked to be driven to l.a.x. federal agents later seize his cell phone left inside this black hyundai. his demeanor never tipping off his roommate or police.

>> would he have raised the suspicion of a police officer there? probably not.

>> reporter: tsa officer hernandez seen here on the job last december was executed by the gunman say police. the first of three tsa officers shot.

>> let me take one moment to express the sadness i feel for my heart over the loss of my friend. it has hit me that i will never see him again.

>> reporter: in new jersey, paul ciancia's family issued their first public statement through an attorney.

>> it's most important for us as a family to express our deep and sincere sympathy to the hernandez family. paul was our son and brother. we'll continue to love him and care for him.