UPDATE: Thursday afternoon, the Boston Herald cited law enforcement sources as saying there was no current warrant for Hernandez's arrest.
Police have another warrant to search Hernandez's home, according to ABC News. It is based on evidence that "he destroyed his home security system,'' which included video surveillance. Sources also told ABC a cell phone used by Hernandez was smashed before being turned over to investigators
Authorities on Thursday returned to the industrial park where the body of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd had been found on Monday, Boston’s WFXT-TV reported on its website. The station, citing a law enforcement official, also reported that Hernandez "appears to be directly tied" to the slaying, and that Hernandez, Lloyd and two other men had left a Boston bar together in a car driven by Hernandez on the night Lloyd was killed.
Forensic evidence places a vehicle driven by Hernandez at one of the crime scenes, the station reported.