Alberta Mounties investigating the homicide of a disabled woman killed by an exploding package are hoping her neighbours have security cameras.
RCMP say they are looking for video footage of streets in Innisfail near the townhouse of Victoria Shachtay.
The 23-year-old mother, who was paralyzed years ago in a car crash, died Nov. 25 when a package left on her doorstep blew up.
RCMP have described the case as a "targeted murder" and are looking for video footage identifying the person who delivered the package the night before or the morning of the killing.
A second woman, Shachtay's aide, was also in the home at the time of the explosion but was not injured.
Shachtay's six-year-old daughter was in school at the time.