Manhattan DA Cy Vance said it was too early to say whether Pedro Hernandez killed Etan Patz.
Camden police say they have no record of a 1980s tip about accused Etan Patz killer Pedro Hernandez.
Patrick Alford went missing on Jan. 22, 2010, in East New York. He was 7 years old at the time.
The members of a church group reportedly heard Pedro Hernandez confess to killing Etan Patz.
Etan Patz's family posted a sign on their door telling the media not to bother them.
Wary after hearing several confessions in the past, Etan Patz's family doubts Pedro Hernandez's story.
Pedro Hernandez allegedly confessed to killing Etan Patz in the 1980s, but no one told cops, reports say.
A small shrine appeared at the site where Etan Patz was last seen alive.
A lawyer for accused Etan Patz killer Pedro Hernandez said his client is schizophrenic.
Pedro Hernandez was taken to Bellevue for treatment for a pre-existing condition, police said.
Pedro Hernandez, 51, was arrested by the NYPD Thursday for allegedly murdering Etan Patz.
Pedro Hernandez told cops "I did it" and that they'd never find Patz's body, sources said.
While the FBI dug for Etan Patz's remains, 15 abducted NYC children were still missing.
No "obvious" human remains were found in the in the search for Etan Patz at 127 Prince St., cops said.
The "stain of interest" was found at 127 Prince St., where the FBI is searching for Etan Patz.
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