Sleuths follow digital crime trails

Kansas City, Mo. — First, they testified that a suspect in a Douglas County murder searched the Internet for terms including “How to murder someone and not get caught.” Then they used computer records to find the Kansas woman suspected of strangling a pregnant Missouri woman and cutting her fetus from her womb.

It’s been a busy month for the computer sleuths at the Heart of America Regional Computer Forensic Laboratory, a second-floor suite tucked into an upscale office building just north of the Missouri River. Instead of searching for fingerprints and footprints, the detectives who work at this office solve crimes by searching seized hard drives for file activity and Internet history.

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