Said Sunday that they're investigating a fire that injured three police officers that this weekend and functioning to learn whether the shotgun was rigged into the doorway.
A"altered, wealthy shotgun" discharged since the officers entered a house in the town on Saturday, according to a release by Wichita Police Department spokesman Officer Trevor Macy.
"Apparently there have been many alterations made for this particular one," Macy informed The Wichita Eagle. "There are a couple man of attention that we're looking into."
As of Sunday, no one was in custody,'' he said.
Officers surrounded the house for a few hours Saturday before discovering that nobody was inside. Police Chief Gordon Ramsay stated in a news conference Saturday evening it was not immediately clear if the home was booby-trapped before officers arrived.
Two officers remained hospitalized Sunday, according to the launch . One was in serious but stable condition while another was being treated for minor injuries.
A third officer was treated in a hospital Saturday and has since been released, authorities said.
While officials reported hearing an explosion after moving inside, a guy said he had been out his girlfriend's house when he noticed what"seemed like a gun or an AR around," in accordance with the newspaper .
The FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) are helping with the investigation, authorities said.