Investigators search N. Attleboro clearing again for clues
NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass. (WHDH) -- Investigators searched the scene where Odin Lloyd’s body was found once again.
The 27-year-old’s body was found in a clearing less than a mile from the home of Patriots tight end, Aaron Hernandez.
Police cruisers remained at the scene despite a halt in the search. State Police investigators searched the area with metal detectors for several hours Thursday. They walked from the area where the body was found to Landry Avenue, which is the street that leads to Hernandez’s home.
In addition to metal detectors, State Police investigators used rakes to conduct their search for evidence throughout the clearing. There is no word on what they’re exactly looking for in that clearing but investigators are searching from the area where the body was found to Dorchester for a piece of a side view mirror from a silver car that might be connected to the crime.
The man who called 911 and reported the body said he didn’t see much blood and there were no obvious wounds. He said the victim was neat, clean and wearing slacks and a button down shirt.
Officers came back and forth to the scene throughout the day Thursday but they left the scene a few hours ago and have not returned. Officers have been in and out of the clearing for the past several days to look for clues.
Police do not have a suspect yet but they are continuing their investigation.