Crime scene reconstruction

Crime scene reconstruction

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Crime scene reconstruction. Forensic investigator looking at a 3-dimensional computer model reconstruction of a crime scene. The investigator is looking at a model of a dead man lying on a floor with a yellow arrow pointing from his chest. This arrow shows the trajectory of the bullet that killed the man. There is also broken glass on the floor. Detailed recreation of the crime scene can allow investigators to extrapolate from the known evidence and deduce what may have happened. For example, the bullet trajectory may tell them where the killer was standing, and indicate areas to investigate for evidence. Reconstructions are used in law courts.

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