Police have searched the home of the woman who said she found part of a finger in chili she bought at Wendy's.
Anna Ayala lives in Las Vegas. Police from San Jose, California, carried out the warrant with the help of local authorities.
No word what was listed in the warrant.
Ayala says she was in a San Jose Wendy's restaurant on March 22 when she spooned the fingertip into her mouth. She's filed a claim against the franchise owner.
Wendy's says it's done a thorough internal investigation, and the fingertip did not come from its ingredients. The employees at the restaurant were found to have all their fingers.
On Thursday, Wendy's offered $50,000 for verifiable information leading to the positive identification of the origin of the finger.
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