A criminal has committed burglary and escaped the scene without leaving a fingerprint or trace of DNA. How can forensic scientists still solve the crime?
- There are many forensic techniques that can link a suspect to a crime scene.
- Shards of glass found on the suspect's clothing are compared to the crime scene.
- Fibre analysis and chromatography are used to identify clothing fibers.
- Footprints left at a crime scene are analysed.
In the middle of the night, someone is committing a burglary.
The criminal escapes without leaving a fingerprint or a trace of DNA behind, but the police have other forensic techniques that can link a suspect to a crime scene.
Samples of glass from the broken window are taken from the ...
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