Police are continuing to build two of the three murder case charges against NFL star Aaron Hernandez who has since his arrest been released by the New England Patriots.
Now investigators are hoping that the solution of these cases could be hidden in the 24-year-old's tattoos.
What exactly the investigators are hoping to prove with the tattoos is unclear but police in Boston, Massachusetts have now come out with a national appeal for help and insight. They would like all tattoo artists who have had Aaron Hernandez as a client between the period of February 2012 and June 2013 to come forward with information regarding the tattoos.
The police are suspecting that Daniel de Abreu, 29, and Safiro Furtado, 28, met Aaron Hernandez at a nightclub. The former NFL star is accused of then following the two victims, driving up next to their car and then firing several shots with a handgun into their car.
Hernandez's first appearance in the investigation came after the 24-year-old was arrested in a separate investigation where he was suspected of having executed his friend Odin Lloyd with several shots in the back of the head in June of 2013. The investigators recognized Hernandez's car from surveillance images collected in connection with the double murder of a year earlier.
The Boston Police has not said which of the tattoos on Aaron Hernandez's right forearm that is particular interest to avoid the risk of contaminating the investigation. Aaron Hernandez played tight end for the New England Patriots in the NFL from 2010 to 2012. The club broke off the contract June 26, 2013 shortly after Hernandez arrested for the murder of Odin Lloyd.
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