Documents released Tuesday and obtained by the Hartford Courant give the first official glimpse at the reasons the Boston police view former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez as a suspect in a double homicide in Boston in 2012. The Courant reports that evidence in the case police would propose to make against Hernandez includes surveillance footage that puts him in the same nightclub the victims were at shortly before they were killed and later in the vicinity of the killings, as well as informants' accounts that establish a connection. The evidence also includes a Toyota 4Runner given to Hernandez by a rental company that investigators say might be the vehicle used in the killings. It was discovered in a garage in Bristol, Conn., at the home of one of Hernandez's cousins, where it had been gathering dust for a year. Prosecutors in the Boston case have filed no charges.
Warrant links Hernandez to double homicide
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