Database Provides Police Nationwide With 100,000 Tattoos To ID Criminals

Print
When Demarkus Higginbotham was robbing people at ATMs in Detroit, his distinctive tattoos led to his capture. Police pulled images of them from security cameras and printed them on fliers that were circulated until someone identified him. The flyers were an effective but slow means to identification, says the Detroit Free Press. Today, police could
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.

Comments are closed.