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footprint

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

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The shoe prints on the car were matched by a specialist footwear analyst to a man who was with group of youths near to the street.
There, investigators can test all sorts of evidence, from ballistics - which is identifying the source of a bullet - to discovering the origin of shoe prints and tire tracks.
The blood typing, trace evidence, fingerprint analysis, and shoe print analysis gradually allowed the students to construct a sequence of events around the three suspects that revealed a sordid tale of jealousy and anger.
This example of fabric with distinctive shoe prints on it must have been, we are convinced, the roller towel.
But detectives found fingerprints and shoe prints "all over the place".
They examined fingerprints and shoe prints, viewed hair fibre under a microscope and examined soil, rocks and algae.
Crime scene investigators have been able to take 3-D casts of shoe prints left in the snow at crime scenes.
He then stormed upstairs and found Mr Caisley in bed and began jumping on him so viciously he left shoe prints on his body.
WORCESTER - Investigators found bloody shoe prints in the kitchen and going down the basement stairs at the home of Nancy S.
They discovered bloody shoe prints from a Nike Air Turbulence size 13 sneaker.
Thanks for the memories,'' read a ribbon across a standing bouquet behind a roped-off set of Bob Hope's hand and shoe prints - cobbler's nails still visible - set in 1943 in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
They then gather witness statements and other clues such as fingerprints, shoe prints, hairs, fibres, soil and water which they analyse scientifically with digital microscopes and other high tech equipment.