have evidence

See: adduce, bear
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Following upon what I have just told you, certain other information has come into my possession to this effect--that not only was this murderer a Japanese, but we have evidence which seems to suggest that he was attached in some way to your household.
The police believe that they have evidence in their possession which supplies a very convincing motive for the crime, and altogether it cannot be doubted that sensational developments will follow.
If members of the public have evidence or information on movements of suspicious vehicles or persons regarding these incidents which could help police investigations, our plea is for them to contact me directly on the numbers 22808024 or 22808067 -- the (police) press office numbers -- so this information or evidence can be passed on directly to the police chief," said Angelides.