MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Twin Cities priest is on leave during a police investigation.

Archbishop Bernard Hebda released a statement Friday that said Rev. Timothy Dolan is under investigation in Edina, where he resides.

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Dolan serves at the Church of St. William in Fridley.

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Hebda also said Dolan took a voluntary leave of absence Thursday night, and he is not allowed to minister.

The Star Tribune reports police searched his home for child pornography, but it is not known if they found anything.

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Dolan has not been arrested or charged with any crime.