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The case study – drug production and analysis

The case study - drug production and analysis

Now let’s go back to the ‘Murder by the Loch’.

The fingerprint recovered from the car where the victim was shot provided a link to a drugs case. This meant that a second crime scene investigation was instigated linked to a cottage near the scene of the murder. The cottage revealed equipment which was likely to have been used in the production of illicit drugs and revealed a separate crime other than the initial murder.

The two crime scene teams now had to work in parallel so that both scenes were managed appropriately but that common information could be pooled.

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