MEDFORD, Ore. – It was a much more quiet day at the Jackson County District Attorney’s office Friday. The scene has been cleared after Wednesday’s explosion. Medford Police said they are making progress, but still need the public’s help.
Medford Police said Friday they have received new information about the case, but said they are not releasing it to the public yet. Their main focus is gathering tips and information from the public to help piece together the events of Wednesday morning.
Thursday, police said they are looking for a black or dark colored two-door convertible that was seen speeding away on King Street shortly after the explosion. They don’t know if the driver is involved, but said they want to talk to that person.
As the case heads to the weekend, police say tips will help keep the trail warm.
“We need people to continue to provide us with information even if they think it’s not significant,” said Medford Police Lt. Mike Budreau. “Or if maybe they’re afraid to come forward, they’re apprehensive about being involved, they can be anonymous. We can work with them on all that stuff.”
There are several ways to submit a tip:
Phone: 541-618-1TIP (1847)
Text: CRIMES (274637)