Updated:COBB COUNTY, Ga. —
Police released several search warrants and reports in the case against Ross Harris Monday morning.
According to a warrant, police searched the family’s condo on Wynnes Ridge Circle in Marietta.
Police searched for financial records such as banking, credit card and life insurance information.
Officers also inspected lights in and around the home to determine if there was a need to purchase light bulbs.
The day Cooper Harris died, his father went to Home Depot to purchase light bulbs and placed them inside his car.
Police searched for similar insurance and financial information on a portable hard drive, a thumb drive and Ross Harris’ iPhone 5. The devices were also examined for evidence of searches about car seats and car deaths, as well as communication with other people in the days leading up to the incident.
Officers also executed a search warrant at Kaiser Permanente Medical Records to obtain information about Cooper’s health and development, as well as medical records for Ross Harris.
Cooper Harris died in June after his father left him inside a hot SUV while at work for seven hours. Investigators say Ross Harris intentionally left the child in the car. He is charged with murder and child cruelty.
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