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Police Tap Texas A&M Entomology Lab for Forensic Investigation

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Entomological evidence leads to an arrest in the five-year-old double-murder case.

| December 23, 2010

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS — Texas A&M’s Entomology Lab assisted police recently with uncovering evidence leading to an arrest in a 5-year-old double murder case that had gone cold.

Lab staffers used forensic entomology to create a timeline for the murders. The evidence led to the arrest of the prime suspect in the case, who is now behind bars.

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