(MyFoxBoston.com) – A grand jury investigating a 2012 double murder FOX 25 first said Aaron Hernandez could be connected to wants to speak with a Connecticut man about the incident; however, authorities can't find him.
A Suffolk County grand jury currently hearing evidence in the murder case wants to hear from Alexander Bradley, of East Hartford, Conn.
Bradley, who filed a lawsuit claiming Hernandez shot him in the eye after a night out at a strip club in February, reportedly used to be close with the former New England Patriots player. Investigators believe Bradley may have information about the 2012 double murder that occurred in Boston's South End.
Prosecutors want Bradley to come to Massachusetts to testify; however, Bradley is missing, and a judge has issued a warrant for his arrest.
One of Bradley's attorneys told FOX 25's Ted Daniel he had not heard about the warrant and if authorities really wanted to find his client they should have come to him. Bradley's attorney would not confirm his client's whereabouts.
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