Reporters at TV station WCCO in Minneapolis completed an investigation to identify footage of Prince as a child. The reporters made the discovery while looking at the old clips of a teachers’ strike in Minneapolis.

During his research, WCCO production manager Matt Liddy said he came across a 1970 clip of a reporter interviewing children as teachers picketed in the background next to a school. Liddy was especially intrigued by one young boy who was being interviewed.

“I immediately just went out to the newsroom and started showing people and saying, ‘I’m not gonna tell you who I think this is, but who do you think this is?’ And every single person [said] ‘Prince,’” Liddy said, according to WCCO.

The journalists, however, needed to get a specialist to extract the audio from the film before they could hear the interview.

“I think they should get a better education too. I think they should get some more money cause they work, they be working extra hours for us and all that stuff,” the boy said after being asked if students supported the strike.

The young student, however, didn’t say his name.

“We did not get him saying ‘I’m Prince Nelson,’” Liddy said.