Greg Watson (Unregistered Guest)
Posted From: 254.anniston.lib.al.us
|Posted on Wednesday, May 20, 2009 - 02:59 pm: ||
Yes you can use regular powder. Flourescent seems to work better. You then should photograph the print if possible. Most importantly Sirchie makes a silicone based casting kit that works well. It is model PVS-100. Its the best I have seen in lifting these type prints. Also works great on rough surfaces such as dash boards and gun boxes.
|Posted on Tuesday, November 20, 2001 - 09:36 am: ||
If the perpetrator was painting a house white, got wet paint on his/her hands which was still wet when he/she handled the brick while committing the crime, why sure, there may be pretty good fingerprints on that brick!
Caron M. Wootten
|Posted on Saturday, March 31, 2001 - 07:27 pm: ||
Can prints be lifted from a large smooth rock (used to break the window) that was involved in a fire?
|Posted on Friday, September 22, 2000 - 12:12 am: ||
I have had some sucess getting partial latent prints from a brick with the use of flourescent orange powder and feather duster and veiwing it with an alternate light source.
|Posted on Thursday, August 31, 2000 - 09:03 pm: ||
Hello, in my Criminalistics class we were givin an assignment on lifting latent prints from a brick. Is it possible? If so, what chemical should be used and how do you apply it to get a good lift.