Evidence Photos Used In Deadly Cheshire Home Invasion Trial

Scarf Bed
Scarf Bed
Photo used as evidence showing a scarf used to tie Jennifer Hawke-Petit to her bedpost. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Basement Fridge (Courtesy: Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Basement Fridge Basement Fridge (Courtesy: Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Bedroom
Bedroom
The bedroom of one of the Petit girls who was tied to her bed before the fire. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2
The bedroom of one of the Petit girls. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Bedroom
Bedroom
Dr. William Petit and Jennifer Hawke-Petit's bedroom. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Beer Can Car
Beer Can Car
An empty can of beer is shown on the rear floor the Petit's car. Prosecutors said Hayes took beer from the Petit's refrigerator and drank it during the rape and murder spree. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Beer Cans
Beer Cans
Two beer cans missing from the basement refrigerator. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Bud Light Can
Bud Light Can
Picture of beer can left in back of Petit's car that prosecutors said was consumed by Hayes (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Cables
Cables
A bag of cable ties that was marked as evidence by investigators. Prosecutors said Hayes and his suspected accomplice brought the ties with them to tie up the Petit family, but instead used ropes they found at the house. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
An evidence photo shows a cell phone found in Dr. William Petit and his wife Jennifer's bedroom. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Dining Room
Dining Room
Jurors saw the charred remains of the Petit's dining room. Pieces of the family's flatware can be seen on the table. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Face Mask
Face Mask
A homemade face mask worn by Hayes in the deadly home invasion (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Family Photos
Family Photos
Charred walls and family photos in Dr. William Petit and Jennifer Hawke-Petit's bedroom. (Connecticut Judicial Branch/AP Photo)
Family Room
Family Room
The fire ravaged the family room. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Family Room 2
Family Room 2
Another view of the Petit family room. Rescue officials testified that there was so much accelerant poured in the house that it would have made a rescue impossible. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
House Exterior
House Exterior
This police photo released Sept. 24, 2010 as evidence in the Steven Hayes trial in New Haven, Conn., Superior Court, shows a rear view of the Petit's partially burned Cheshire, Conn., home where a mother and her two daughters were killed during a home invasion on July 23, 2007. (Connecticut Judicial Branch/AP Photo)
Keys
Keys
Family belongings recovered from the Petit home. (Connecticut Judicial Branch/AP Photo)
Kitchen
Kitchen
A look at what was left of the Petit kitchen (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Living Room
Living Room
The sooty furniture in the Petit's living room. Steven Hayes was found guilty of the murders of Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her daughters Hayley and Michaela.. The victims were tied to their beds and the house was set on fire. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Phone Cord
Phone Cord
Photo of a phone cord ripped from a wall so the family could not call for help. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Rope
Rope
Rope prosecutors said was used to tie members of the Hawke-Petit family. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Rope Bedpost
Rope Bedpost
The bedpost and the charred rope that was used to tie down one of the Petit daughters before the room was torched. (Courtesy Connecticut Judicial Branch)
Steven Hayes (Photo/AP)
Steven Hayes
Steven Hayes was found guilty on Oct. 5 of murdering Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her two daughters.
Steven Hayes (Photo/AP)
Petit Family
Petit Family
From left to right: Hayley, Michaela, Jennifer Hawke-Petit, Dr. William Petit.

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