Authorities removed a computer drive and two satchels, among other items, during the execution of a search warrant at the home of Pedro Hernandez, accused of killing 6-year-old Etan Patz in 1979, the attorney for Hernandez's wife said Thursday.
The search warrant was executed as part of the ongoing investigation into Etan's decades-old disappearance. Hernandez was arrested last month. Police said he confessed to strangling the boy and throwing his body away in a trash bag.
The search began Wednesday afternoon and wrapped up early Thursday at the couple's New Jersey house, said Robert Gottlieb, who represents Rosemary Hernandez.FULL STORY