ROSEVILLE—The pounding rain and chilly wind, hasn't hindered the investigation at the Roseville Galleria.
"Business as usual. The city is ready to go 24/7 on operations," said Megan MacPherson, communications director for Roseville.
Roseville Fire Chief Dennis Mathisen said they worked to stabilize the crime scene Saturday night, enabling investigators to enter.
They want to work with the bigger cranes. But the wind and rain on Sunday, shook up loose debris which was a big concerns.
There were plenty of ATF investigators in and out of the crime scene.
Weather conditions may have been a bit of a concern.
Steve Reed, who heads security at Arden Fair Mall, and is a retired Sacramento police officer, said any outside element should be taken into account.
"You have the open elements that might affect the integrity of the crime scene. So you're going to have to protect that. Protect it from the elements," Reed said.
City building inspectors were also on scene Sunday.
"Inspection teams are going through with the tenants," MacPherson said.
They're working to provide permits to the affected businesses, and get the necessary work underway.
"So they could get an idea of the damage assessment, what kind of improvements they're going to need to make. They could start getting all their contractors together and see what they need to do," MacPherson added.