Jurors in the Etan Patz murder trial completed their 14th day of deliberations without a verdict Monday on charges against former bodega worker Pedro Hernandez.

The jury had earlier asked to use a laptop to help organize their thoughts with a spreadsheet, and in the only note on Monday, they asked for a printer to make 12 copies of whatever document they created, noting that there were four "tabs" to be printed.

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Hernandez, 54, of Maple Shade, New Jersey, is accused of kidnapping and murdering 6-year-old Etan in 1979. The trial in Manhattan Supreme Court lasted 10 weeks.

Jurors said they were stalemated on April 29, but since then have listened to a read-back of the closing arguments from both sides and have continued to deliberate.