The IP address led police to the Weber County Library. Director Lynnda Wangsgard said police have asked to look at surveillance video from the library to try to track who may have sent the e-mail. Wangsgard said they have not denied footage to police, but they are waiting for a formal request to be filed to release any documents. She said this is because of government policy and because they are not sure what information police are looking for. "That IP address is not associated with a particular computer or building," she said. "In fact, a patron using Wi-Fi access in the parking lot could have generated that e-mail. So we're not sure which record, if any, we would have that would be relevant to the situation." Wangsgard said the library does have general surveillance video but does not monitor computers individually. "We don't spy on people using computers," she said. "We have general surveillance to protect against vandalism, but we may not have anything that is relevant to the situation. We won't know until we get the request."
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