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Investigators requested assistance from tattooist who may have inked previous New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez,

 saying they could help in the indictment of a twofold homicide Hernandez is accused of comiting in 2012.

Investigators requested assistance from tattooist who may have inked previous New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez,

 saying they could help in the indictment of a two fold homicide Hernandez is accused of comiting in 2012.

The Suffolk area lawyer's office focused on that the tattoo craftsmen are considered witnesses,

 not suspects, and may have made perceptions of evidentiary quality.

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Hernandez is charged in three killings. He is booked to be summoned May 28 on two checks of homicide

 for professedly shooting two men in Boston in 2012, prosecutors said Wednesday.

Powers have not said if there is any association between those two slayings and the 2013 shooting demise of Odin Lloyd,

 a semi-master football player whose body was found in a modern territory close to Hernandez's home in North Attleborough.

Lloyd was dating Hernandez's fiancee's sister.

Hernandez's attorneys have said that their customer anticipates his day in court. He is, no doubt held without safeguard.

Powers said they want to talk with the craftsman or specialists who did particular tattoos on Hernandez's correct

 lower arm between February 2012 and June 2013. They didn't portray which of his tattoos they are alluding to.

 Both of Hernandez's arms are secured with tattoos, and photos of his right lower arm show inked stars, words and different plans.

We're deliberately constraining our announcements so as not to impact any potential perceptions by tattoo specialists,

 said Jake Wark, an agent for Suffolk District Attorney Dan Conley. We need unvarnished and unrehearsed data.

Powers particularly said a few places in their mission for tattoo specialists: Hermosa Beach, California;

 Bristol, Connecticut; Palm Beach and Miami, Florida; Massachusetts; and Rhode Island. They focused on, on the other hand,  

that they are interested in talking with anybody anyplace who did tattoo chip away at Hernandez throughout the time period.

Hernandez, 24, has been prosecuted on two numbers of first-degree homicide and different offenses in the July 2012 killings

 of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado in Boston. A third man was injured in that strike, while two others got away unharmed.

Hernandez and a cohort had an experience in a city club with the victimized people before the shooting, prosecutors said.

After the men left, Hernandez followed in a SUV and pulled up nearby the men as their vehicle was ceased at a red light, and opened flame, Conley said.