Lower Merion is home to plenty of affluent folks - doctors, lawyers, pro football coaches, you name it.

Turns out the posh suburb is also home to the unlicensed person who allegedly gave an illegal buttocks-enhancing injection to British tourist Claudia Seye Aderotimi, who died Tuesday not long after she received the injection at an airport hotel.

Philadelphia police said they searched the alleged underground injector's house yesterday and hauled off several pieces of evidence. The individual was not home at the time.

Capt. Benjamin Naish, of Southwest Detectives, said he hopes the individual - whose name was not released - will reach out to investigators.

"We encourage the individual to come to us," he said, "and explain some of the things that happened out there."

Naish noted that the individual who administered the injection is only a "person of interest" and is not facing any criminal charges.

That could change, however, several weeks from now, when the Delaware County Medical Examiner's Office is expected to wrap up the investigation into Aderotimi's death.

Aderotimi, 20, arrived at the Hampton Inn on Bartram Avenue last weekend with three friends. She was injected on Monday.

Also present at the hotel on Monday was a Bergen County, N.J., woman who had arranged the meeting between Aderotimi and the person who administered the injection.

Police said that woman received an injection in a separate room, apparently in exchange for referring new clients.

The Bergen County woman, whose name also has not been released, has been cooperating with investigators, Naish said.

Aderotimi, who lived in Hackney, East London, experienced chest pains and trouble breathing after she received her injection, police said.

She was taken by medics to Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital in Darby, where she died early Tuesday.

The injector, Naish said, is not a licensed medical worker and likely performed similar procedures in the past.