The officers — which included one wearing a Los Angeles Police Department badge and FBI agents — searched the condo for hours, the AP reported. They came out with two white cardboard boxes and declined to comment.
Durst’s attorney, Dick DeGuerin, told the AP the search was a “publicity stunt.”
“I don’t know what they’re looking for. I don’t know what they could be looking for 15 years after Susan Berman was killed 1,500 miles away. … I think it’s a publicity stunt,” DeGuerin said. “I’m not surprised by it, but I would really be surprised if they found anything of any evidentiary value. They can search now till kingdom come. They’re not going to find anything because there isn’t anything,” he said.