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Published on Dec 27, 2007
December 26, 2007 Police in suburban Bolingbrook returned to the neighborhood of Drew and Stacy Peterson Wednesday morning. They were responding to a call by a neighbor of the Petersons who found messages about the missing woman [Stacy Peterson] on her home and property... Neighbor Sharon Bychowski discovered dozens of pictures of a cemetery on her front lawn. Drew Peterson -- says he doesn't know anything about the photos. DREW PETERSON PACKED UP HIS RENT-A-CAR TO TAKE HIS KIDS ON VACATION WEDNESDAY... Drew Peterson says he was completely unaware of the latest police activity in his neighborhood... "There were about 50 photos of a cemetery. And inside the cemetery, the photos that were taken were about five by seven in size and had markers on them which looked like it would be from a police investigation. So they were some kind of evidence markers" she said. Bychowski said she also found a Christmas stocking hanging from her mailbox stuffed with a copy of the National Enquirer. Bychowski's husband also opened up the mailbox and found a letter. "He discovered a three-page letter from some person who is trying to support finding Stacy Peterson, that said she is buried in a cemetery and that we should look there"... Bychowski's neighbor also received the same three-page letter... Whether it was a prank or not, Bychowski said it all should be taken very seriously... And in what is believed to be an unrelated incident on Tuesday, Bychowski also found the word "Stacy" and a cross painted on her mailbox. They cleaned that off.