Saco police said Wednesday that they have searched a New Hampshire home and car in connection with a home invasion and double shooting last week, but have made no arrests.

Police Chief Brad Paul said the investigation is ongoing into the Dec. 18 shooting that injured a homeowner and his guest, but is saying little else about searches in New Hampshire late last week.

Rachel Owens, 55, and Steven Chabot, 55, were shot Thursday at Chabot’s home at 25 Hillview Ave. in Saco. Owens, who lives in Londonderry, New Hampshire, was visiting Chabot and his wife, Carol Chabot, when someone entered the house and shot the two in separate rooms at 2:47 a.m. Carol Chabot hid beneath furniture in a third room and was not injured, police said.

Police searched the Owenses’ house last Friday and Saturday, as well as the car belonging to Rachel Owens’ husband, Gregg, according to police. Gregg Owens’ car was seized and searched at the Maine State Police Crime Lab in Augusta.

Police will not comment on what was seized during the searches.

Saco detectives and the Maine State Police Major Crimes Unit spent nearly two days the Saco home gathering evidence. The residence has since been turned back over to the Chabot family.

Police have not provided updates on the conditions of Steven Chabot and Rachel Owens, but initially said they were expected to survive. A friend of Rachel Owens said this week that she had undergone several surgeries for multiple gunshot wounds.

Paul said detectives are still interviewing witnesses and examining evidence. Anyone with information about the case is asked to call Sgt. Corey Huntress at 282-8216.