Police Canvassing Neighborhoods

canvassMEDFORD, Ore. — In effort to find more evidence in the case of a bomb exploding outside the District Attorney’s office, Medford Police are focusing on the neighborhoods near that building.

Medford Police’s video technician walked around the streets near the D.A.’s office. He was looking for any security camera placed on the outside of the homes.

The suspect police are searching for had to have transported a propane tank in front of the D.A.’s office. That means police believe the person either carried it over or drove with it there.

They’re now asking homeowners with cameras or anyone with hidden cameras on their home to come forward. The suspect could have driven through any of the streets near the D.A.’s office and if a camera was recording it could help police catch the bomber.

“If there’s no obvious camera outside of the residence, then we typically won’t even check. So, we’re not really going door to door. But we’re checking every home in the area to see if we can see a video camera on the outside of the residence,” said Medford Police Lt. Mike Budreau.

Investigators are looking through several footage from security cameras they have found but for security reasons they are not detailing which businesses or homes they’ve contacted.

Police are also asking homeowners who live even a mile away from the D.A.’s office to come forward if they have a security camera that was recording Wednesday morning.