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(NECN: Kathryn Sotnik, North Attleboro, Mass.) - As the investigation continues, there's plenty of activity at Aaron Hernandez's North Attleboro home.
Late Friday afternoon, two cars could be seen pulling into the driveway of the Patriots player. Several women got out of the first vehicle, including one woman with a child.
The second car with Connecticut plates sped into the open garage.
Several hours earlier, two state police officers assigned to the Bristol County District Attorney's Office also showed up. They quickly went inside the home, and less than a minute later left.
Other than that - and the large media presence outside of the home, all seemed pretty normal.
The mail came, and several deliveries - one a FedEx delivery of three large boxes and other a fruit basket.
Less than a mile away, a police cruiser continues to sit at the crime scene in an industrial park, where 27-year-old Odin Lloyd's body was found by a runner on Monday.
Hernandez has not been named a murder suspect, but according to police, an SUV rented in his name is a big piece of the investigation.
Hernandez has not wanted to talk to the media, dodging reporters Thursday as he drove from Gillette Stadium to his lawyer's office in Boston.
Despite several reports Friday, police sources and the Attleboro District Court say no arrest warrant has been issued yet for Hernandez.
Earlier Friday, more members of the media waited at the courthouse for any new information, and found out three search warrants have been issued into the homicide investigation. Where those search warrants are is still not known.