http://www.newsandobserver.com/front/story/2664187p-2470199c.html With more training and shoe-print computer databases available, police investigators in the Raleigh, N.C., area, say scouring crime scenes to obtain latent, or hidden, shoe prints is now routine, says the Raleigh News & Observer. "Shoe prints are really one of the most overlooked pieces of evidence out there," said Andy Parker, a shoe-wear examiner with the City-County Bureau of Identification in Raleigh. "The bad guys, especially robbers, they plan this stuff out. They're . . .
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