A Connecticut State police spokesman said Monday that Adam Lanza had “no connection” to the school where 26 people died on Friday. It was not immediately clear whether that statement contradicted earlier reports that Lanza had attended the school as a child. Spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance said that officers “did seize significant evidence” at the home where Adam Lanza lived with his mother. Vance also confirmed reports that two people wounded in the shooting had survived. “We have to do everything it takes to uncover every bit of evidence,” Vance said.