BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The search for Dr. Timothy Jorden Jr. is now a nationwide manhunt. Jorden is still being called a "person of interest" in the murder of his ex-girlfriend Jackie Wisniewski at ECMC, Wednesday. Meantime, police continue to treat his Lake View home as a crime scene.
Police are still trying to collect clues to lead them to the doctor wanted in connection to Wednesday's deadly shooting at ECMC. Authorities have scoured the hospital, and Thursday they zeroed in the doctor's home once again to see what clues they could find.
Buffalo Police Commissioner Dan Derenda said, "We did do a search warrant yesterday at his home. Some things were recovered, but other than that I can't say more."
Thursday, Buffalo Police, SWAT and techs searched 18-mile creek Thursday, collecting new evidence. At a press conference Thursday, officials revealed that they did get some key evidence from ECMC the day of the shooting.
Derenda said, "We did get evidence from the cameras at the hospital, but other than that I wont say more."
With the search continuing, they are still considering Jorden armed and dangerous.
Derenda said, "You can apply what you think it implies, but he is the person of interest,as we said yesterday, we believe this was not a random act."
During Thursday's press conference Commissioner Derenda said confidently that he believes Jorden did not cross into Canada. He says if you see Jorden, please call 911 immediately.
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