Aaron Hernandez's Home Holds Key Clues in Murder Trial

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Investigators are working on trying to solve both murder cases surrounding Aaron Hernandez.

According to Fox News Latino, the former NFL tight end's Bristol, Connecticut home could be the key to unraveling many of the cases' clues. Although the home actually belongs to Hernandez's uncle, Hernandez and many of those connected to him, have frequented the blue Cape-style house.

Connecticut police say Ernest Wallace and Carlos Ortiz, two of Hernandez's friends facing charges related to the Odin Lloyd June shooting, have spent time living at the Lake Avenue home.

Fox News Latino reports that, according to court documents, Wallace and Ortiz returned to the blue home the night after Lloyd was killed.

In addition, upon searching the home for clues in the Lloyd case, authorities say they came across the SUV which was being sought in connection with the July 2012 shooting that killed two others at a Boston nightclub, and 100 cartridges of .38-caliber ammunition.

Hernandez's uncle Tito Valderrama, who owns the Bristol home, has not publicly spoken about the case yet.

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