(Received 15 September 1984; accepted 28 January 1985)
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Any correlation of shoeprint to sneaker size must first begin with an examination of sneaker measurements and their relationship to sneaker size. Once this has been established, the relationship between sneaker size and shoeprint measurements in various receiving surfaces can be examined. The purpose then, of this paper, is to form some frame of reference to equate shoeprint to sneaker size.
Forensic chemist, Monroe County Public Safety Laboratory, Rochester, NY
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