Police say the home of a man suspected of killing 12 people at a Batman movie screening in the US state of Colorado has now been cleared of explosives.
Robots were initially used at the home of James Holmes in Aurora, but agents still had to enter without setting off any remaining devices.
Police said the suspect had acted with "calculation and deliberation", taking ammunition deliveries for months.
The Arapahoe county coroner has now released the names of the dead.
Michael Dobersen said all the victims' deaths were related to gunshot wounds.
In addition to those killed, 58 people were also hurt in the attack at a Century 16 cinema in Aurora, a suburb of Denver.
A man in a gas mask and body armour threw tear gas canisters at a midnight screening, then fired on the crowd in the cinema.
Mr Holmes, 24, was arrested outside the cinema, police said.
President Barack Obama is to visit Aurora on Sunday to honour the victims, the White House said. He will visit bereaved families and meet local officials.
Friday - At least 14 people have been killed in a shooting at a Batman film premiere in the US city of Denver, police say.
About 50 people have been injured in the incident at the cinema complex in the suburb of Aurora.
Witnesses say a gunman wearing a gas mask opened fire during a midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises.
A 24-year-old man was arrested in a car park nearby in possession of a rifle and handgun. He told police that explosives were stored at his home.
Police chief Dan Oates told reporters that an apartment block in the north of Aurora had been evacuated as a consequence of that information.
More weapons may have been left in the cinema, he said.
"Witnesses tell us he released some sort of canister. They heard a hissing sound and some gas emerged and the gunman opened fire," the police chief said.