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AGENTS SEARCH JEWELL’S HOME - AGAIN

SHARE AGENTS SEARCH JEWELL’S HOME - AGAIN

Five FBI agents went back into security guard Richard Jewell's apartment Saturday and came out an hour later carrying a small white trash bag.

Jewell was in the apartment throughout the day, and investigators would not comment as a 500-strong force continued to seek clues in the week-old Centennial Olympic Park bombing.No one has been charged, including Jewell, whose home, cabin and former workplace were searched earlier in the week. FBI spokesman Jay Spadafore would say only: "The case is under investigation and consequently agents are out in the field investigating. Nothing's changed."

Investigators also declined to comment on a CBS News report that federal investigators had completed an analysis comparing Jewell's voice with that of a man who warned of the bomb in a 911 phone call and found no apparent similarities.

For days, Jewell has been the focus of investigators. He has said he had nothing to do with planting the bomb.

He remained holed up Saturday in the Atlanta apartment he shares with his mother, occasionally peeking out a window at the FBI agents and police in the parking lot.