Police are looking into the medical and life insurance records of a Georgia toddler who died in a hot SUV last month.
Latonia Hines is a prosecutor with the Cobb County solicitor's office and says police are also looking into the father's computer, hard drive and cell phone.
"There's no such thing as a delete. And so there's no such thing as being able to delete searches and delete videos and things like that. There's a way to have it recovered. So it could be that in searching all of these different things, you may find something that somebody thought they got rid of," she said.
The baby's father, Justin Ross Harris, is facing a murder charge for leaving Cooper Harris in the car for seven hours.
Meantime, Hines says it's hard to know what role the mother played in Cooper's death.
"You don't know what might happen with her. I think it's very early right now. I mean, she could just be a grieving mother," Hines said.
Police say the family had life insurance policies for Cooper amounting to $27,000.
Police warrants are looking for information on whether Cooper had any health problems.