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State Police and WVU Give Students a Look at Crime Scene Investigations

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The West Virginia State Police took it's mobile forensic center to the WVU campus for future crime scene investigators to check out.

Middle school and high school students from all over went to the university to learn several different methods for crime scene investigating.

The week long forensic camp led up to the big event in the WVU Crime Scene houses on Friday afternoon.

"Through out the week they learned to process different kinds of evidence, and see what it's like to work at the crime lab, and the crime scene. Today, they get to utilize all the techniques they learned through out the week in the crime scene houses here. We've set up a mock crime scene here for them," said Tina Moroose, West Virginia University.

Students were able to dust for real finger prints and take samples of fake blood.