Two convoys of federal agents Monday streamed into the area where clinic bombing suspect Eric Rudolph reappeared July 9, hoping to pick up his trail again.

The convoys converged on the neighborhood 10 miles east of here, where Rudolph obtained six months' worth of supplies from George Nordmann, an Andrews health food store owner, and left $500 in payment.Heavily armed, flak-jacketed federal agents, tracking dogs and a U.S. Customs Service helicopter shifted their search Friday to the area near Nordmann's home, and the dogs picked up a scent there. Previously, the search had focused on a densely wooded area a few miles away, near where authorities found Nordmann's pickup truck after Rudolph drove off in it.