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footprint

The area of land physically occupied by a building, including its square footage and shape.

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But the Eugene analysts do fingerprint and shoe print comparison and identification, blood stain and bullet trajectory reconstruction, video analysis, serial number restoration, some tire tread identification and physical matches, such as matching a broken headlight cover to a car.
Shoe print espresso cup and saucer, pounds 15, set of four, Debenhams' pounds 25 The green fingered will really dig this gardening kit, pounds 25, Boots' pounds 35 Auntie will be delighted with this chunky mustard cardigan, pounds 35, Love Label @ Littlewoods' pounds 15.
Detectives also found a shoe print inside the store made by a men's Nike Air Jordan Jumpman Select athletic shoe.
In other testimony Tuesday, a Glendale detective admitted that investigators lied to Michael Demirdjian about evidence they had against him - such as a videotape of him entering the school playground, a bloody shoe print found on one of the victims that matched his shoes, and bloodstains found in Demirdjian's shower - in an attempt to elicit more information from him.
And there was a shoe print found on the white tank top of victim Talmo that has never been identified.
Authorities analyzed a bloody shoe print lifted from the crime scene but they were unable to make a conclusive match.
At the crime scene, police found a bloody Reebok shoe print but crime analysts were unable to conclusively make a match.
Prosecutors say a combination of circumstantial and scientific evidence ( including a shoe print left on the bathroom floor ( would prove Voisey had been the attacker.
Smith testified authorities found a bloody shoe print from sneakers at the playground, near the bodies.
99, Macy's; For well-heeled dreams, a shoe print nightshirt, $25, from the Museum Company stores; and Dorothy's ruby red slippers on hair pins, $14; bracelet, $32; and necklace, $30; all from Neiman Marcus, Beverly Hills.
Using blow-up pictures of bloody footprints - some of them leading away from the crumpled body of Nicole Brown Simpson lying in a pool of blood - Bodziak showed how a unique shoe print could be discerned.
Trackers, which also benefits from QSTP's expertise, is a software solution to help crime fighters rapidly identify and analyse shoe prints at a live crime scene.