Records ordered sealed in Odin Lloyd investigation

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Print This June 25, 2013, 04:31 PM EST

A Massachusetts judge has ordered all records in the murder investigation of Odin Lloyd's death to be sealed, according to the Boston Herald.

“Our hands are tied,” Attleboro District Court Assistant Clerk Magistrate James Perkoski told the newspaper.

Earlier today, a sign was posted outside the office of Attleboro District Court Magistrate Mark E. Sturdy. It read: “All records of the Attleboro District Court Clerk Magistrate’s office involving the homicide investigation in North Attleboro have been impounded by order of the court. No further information is available at this time.”

New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been at the center of the investigation as police have searched his home multiple times and scoured the area around it, even diving in a nearby pond and combing through  a wooded area. No arrest warrant has yet been issued. Odin was reportedly  with Hernandez in the hours before he was killed.

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