ROSEBURG, Ore. - A man suspected of burglary remains at large after deputies searched him home and found stolen property and methamphetamine, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said.
Terry Lee Ingles, 49, of Myrtle Creek is believed to be in the southern Douglas County. Anyone with information on his current whereabouts is asked to contact the Sheriff's Office at (541) 440-4471.
Ingles is a suspect in burglaries on Dole Road, the sheriff's office said.
On June 17, a homeowner interupted a burglary in progress there and fired a pistol at the two suspects, who fled the scene.
Deputies served a search warrant Thursday morning at Ingles' Cook Street home in Myrtle Creek. He was not home.
Deputies recovered stolen property from previous burglaries, including lamps, CDs, a short sword and small collectibles, the sheriff said.
Deputies also located methamphetamine paraphernalia, including pipes and syringes with meth residue.
Ignles was not home, but deputies found Brett William Cashman, 49, and Susan Lee Steede, 24, at the home.
Deputies learned Cashman had been involved in the incident in which the landowner had interrupted the burglary and fired the shots, the sheriff said.
They arrested Cashman on charges of Theft II and Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine.
Steede was charged with Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine.