Police Search Kidnapping Suspect's Home, Storage Container
(GORHAM, N.H.) -- Police have searched the home and storage unit of Nathaniel Kibby, the man being held in connection with the disappearance of Abigail Hernandez.
Kibby, 34, is being held on $1 million bail after being charged with kidnapping Hernandez in October of last year.
Photos have surfaced showing police searching Kibby's property in a trailer park in Gorham, New Hampshire, on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Hernandez returned to her Conway, New Hampshire, home on July 20 and is now back in the care of her mother, but questions remain about her disappearance.
The charging document said Kibby "confined [Hernandez] with a purpose to commit an offense against her" but the rest of the case documents are sealed.
The attorney general's office, which has been heading the investigation alongside the FBI, has said it will not be releasing any further information about the search warrant issued for Kibby's property or anything they've learned from their conversations with Abigail until Kibby returns to court on Aug. 12.
That hasn't stopped the investigation from moving forward, however.
Photos of the search on Kibby's home and nearby shipping container showed signs posted on the container that said "Beware of the Dog" and "No Trespassing."
When Kibby was arrested at his home Monday, Associate Attorney General Jane Young told ABC News that there were no other suspects.
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