Nairobi, Kenya (CNN) — Victims' families are struggling to come to grips with their loss in Nairobi, Kenya after terrorists besieged a shopping mall in the capital.
Many are coming to find the bodies of their loved ones in the city's morgue.
Kenyan investigators are trying to piece together how heavily armed Al-Shabaab militants carried out the deadly attack on Nairobi's Westgate mall.
Officials say the assault was planned far in advance and the militants may have had blue-prints of the mall.
At least 61 civilians and six security officers were killed.