A CIA forensics team visited the Osama bin Laden compound in Pakistan Friday and "did find some new information," reports CBS News Justice and Homeland Security correspondent Bob Orr. The U.S. official would not characterize what was found and would not comment on the prospect of follow-up searches.
"It is too early to tell how much value the new material might have," the U.S. official told Orr.
This development comes a day after it was reported Pakistan gave the CIA access to further search the Abbottabad compound after Navy SEALs swiftly raided the property May 2.
Pakistani officials said that the CIA would look for fingerprints and other clues.
The gesture was part of a confidence-building measure to restore trust between the U.S. and Pakistani intelligence agencies after a meeting between Pakistani intelligence chief Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha and CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell last week in Islamabad, a Pakistani official -- who spoke on condition of anonymity -- said.
Meanwhile, reports Orr, CIA analysts continue to work their way through the large volume of evidence seized by the SEAL team on the night of the bin Laden raid.