Letters from Hannah Anderson were among items seized by authorities in a search of kidnap and murder suspect James DiMaggio‘s San Diego County property, warrants revealed, along with duct tape, handcuff boxes and other materials.
Also taken from DiMaggio’s property were empty boxes of camping gear and ammunition, a Yosemite camping printout, incendiary devices, “arson wire,” model rocket containers, cut electrical cords and two used condoms, the documents said.
The search warrants did not detail what the letters — or another handwritten note — said.
The documents released this week provided a glimpse into the nearly weeklong search for the 16-year-old Anderson and the slaying of her mother and brother, who were found dead Aug. 4 at DiMaggio’s burning property.
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