The latest reports from the Texas Department of Safety say the shooting that occurred at the Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church on Sunday may have been linked to a domestic dispute.
"The suspect's mother-in-law attended this church. We know that she had received threatening texts from him ... We want to get that out there that this was not racially motivated, it wasn't over religious beliefs. There was a domestic situation going on within the family and the in-laws," said Freeman Martin, regional director of the Texas Department of Public Safety.
At least 26 are dead and 20 injured after the 26-year-old gunman opened fire during the church's Sunday services.
The Pentagon has confirmed the suspect is a former airman. It's also been reported he was court-martialed in 2012 and received a bad conduct discharge from the U.S. Air Force.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has said it is "the largest mass shooting" in the state's history. It is also the deadliest church shooting in U.S. history.
This segment aired on November 6, 2017.