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A bloody towel, a sharped-edged tool stained with blood, and photos of young girls were among the evidence confiscated from the motel room and van of George Kennedy, a "person of interest" in the case of missing Michigan 5-year-old Nevaeh Buchanan, according to news reports.
Monroe County Police spokesman Major Dan Motylinski would not confirm the report by ABC's Detroit affiliate WXYZ, which saw the warrant, about what was confiscated from Kennedy. Motylinksi told ABCNews.com, however, that "whatever was recovered was sent to the lab."
Monroe County Sheriff Tilman Crutchfield said Kennedy is one of several persons of interest in the case, and stopped short of calling him a suspect.
"He is strictly that," Crutchfield said in a press conference today. "We have no arrest solicitations pending. A child is still missing. We are looking in all directions."
Nevaeh, which is heaven spelled backwards, disappeared Sunday night from a parking lot near the Monroe, Mich., apartment complex where she lived with her mother, Jennifer.
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Kennedy, a friend of Nevaeh's mother and a registered sex offender, was taken into custody on an unrelated parole violation.
In 1998 Kennedy, 39, was charged with a felony for having sex with a girl under 16. That charge was later dismissed, court records show.