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Gun shot wound? Possible, but I know that it has elongated spatter.
It looks like we've got a murder on our hands. Hey look over there! Footprints!
What's that up there? Tiretracks?
Look what I found over here! It's a gun. It could be the murder weapon. We're gonna have to fingerprint it.
It looks like the grooves and ridges match those produced by the gun found at the scene. You found your murder weapon.
The officer has already figured out that the gun was registered to a Mr. Doe. The fingerprints left on the gun were mostly loops and whorls and when run through the police database had no matches, meaning no previous crimes.
Thank you, Doctor.
I found a match on the tire tracks. They belong to a set of Bridgestone tires. I called all the local shops too. Only one around here has even sold a pair of them in the last 5 years.
I asked around at the tire shop, the worker said that the tires were sold to a Mr. John Doe and that he lived out of Old County Rd at the end of town.
John Doe, Just like the gun!
All of the clues pointed to Doe. The gun was registered to him, his truck had Bridgestone tires with the same wear as the ones at the scene, the footprint left at the scene matched the pair of sneakers he was wearing at time of arrest, they were old and worn on the sides due to walking on the side of his feet, also. So, he was arrested on one count of first degree murder.
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