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Andrew McGregor CPEng
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President
Dr Matthew King
matthew.king@op.ac.nz

Physical Evidence

When windows and other glass items are broken, hundreds of glass fragments are thrown into the air in the immediate vicinity; they land on anything present in that area. Clothes and the like can be checked for the presence of glass fragments. Cases where glass fragments may be present are wide‑ranging: smash-and-grab through to murder. How common a recovered glass type may be is crucial and should be considered.

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