FBI goes back to square one to find anyone who saw the backpack bomber

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by KREM.com

KREM.com

Posted on January 24, 2011 at 4:40 PM

Updated Monday, Jan 24 at 6:15 PM

SPOKANE -- The FBI is retracing its steps to find the person or persons who left a potentially deadly bomb on a Downtown Spokane bench a week ago.

Agents spent Monday morning talking to people at the corner of Washington and Main where the bomb was found. The FBI doesn’t want to miss out on crucial information someone might have. Agents are making a second and third round to see if they can jar someone’s memory. 

The FBI says it has good leads on who built a bomb that could have killed a lot of people last week, but that’s not stopping investigators from going back to square one. Agents visited Millman Jewelers-E-Z Loans again Monday morning asking the same questions they did last week: Did anyone see anything that morning? 

The FBI isn‘t just revisiting businesses, agents stood on the corners of Washington and Main hoping to run into people who may have been there one week ago, to see what they know. The FBI is hoping to find someone who passes through the intersection on Monday mornings who hasn’t been interviewed yet.

Everyone KREM 2 News spoke with doesn’t remember anything out of the ordinary from last Monday, but they are pleased the FBI is still digging around. Many employees who work on that corner have seen the FBI and even the ATF two or three times in the last week.

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