BRISTOL, Conn. (WPRI) -- Authorities continue to gather evidence against former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez.
According to WFSB in Hartford , investigators from Massachusetts and Bristol, Connecticut police were back at Hernandez's uncle's Lake Avenue home in Connecticut Wednesday.
Unsealed search warrant affidavits show police found evidence connecting two of Hernandez's acquaintances to this house in previous searches.
Items linked back to both Ernest Wallace and Carlos Ortiz include, a bill belonging to Ernest Wallace, paperwork from The Department of Corrections involving Wallace, a Connecticut prison ID card of Carlos Ortiz, as well as a letter addressed to Wallace from a cousin of Hernandez who lives at the home.
Police also found six pieces of paper with names and numbers on them and two 50-round boxes of ammunition with three rounds missing.
According to the search warrant on an apartment Carlos Ortiz told police he lived at; authorities found nothing.
But, Ortiz reportedly told investigators he and Wallace went back to the Lake Avenue home one day after the murder.
Wallace was driving a Chrysler 300 rented by Hernandez. And during the drive, "Mr. Ortiz stated that Mr. Wallace told him that Mr. Hernandez admitted to shooting Mr. Lloyd."
And once they returned to Hernandez's mansion not far from the crime scene, "Ortiz explained, 'as he was exiting the vehicle, Hernandez asked him to take possession of the small gun that was located under the rear of the driver's seat of the car."
A silver SUV with Rhode Island plates matching the description of a car used in a double homicide in Boston last year was previously taken from the home.
Meanwhile, several media outlets, including WPRI 12, asked for the release of all documents pertaining to this murder investigation. They're expected to be released sometime Thursday.
Hernandez was back in court Wednesday, but the judge postponed his probably cause hearing until August 22 , so prosecutors could have more time to present evidence to a grand jury.
Copyright WPRI 12/WFSB
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