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Cops Focus On Evidence From Levi Aron’s Living Room

Investigators yesterday centered on that section of the Brooklyn home where Levi Aron is accused of murdering 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky, as they build their case in the heinous slaying.

Dressed in white haz-mat suits, investigators hauled out two chairs, a couch and a carpet—each wrapped in brown paper—from the Kensington living room of the 35-year-old Aron, who was charged in Tuesday’s killing and dismemberment of the angelic Borough Park boy.

Over the weekend, two mattresses also had been hauled out of the house Aron shared with his dad, stepmom and uncle.

Police are still working from a search warrant to retrieve more evidence that might yield any DNA that could bolster the murder charges against Aron.

Although Police Commissioner Ray Kelly has said it doesn’t appear that Leiby was molested before he was killed and carved up, DNA evidence could help clarify the circumstances surrounding the boy’s death, sources said.

(Source: NY Post)

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