(Received 2 September 1998; accepted 19 January 1999)
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The discovery of hair and fiber evidence can be of critical importance in the investigation of crimes, particularly violent crimes. A procedure is described for the construction and assembly of a roller device that utilizes readily available components and single-sided adhesive tape. The advantages over previously described roller devices include decreases in both the potential for contamination and the time required for construction of the device, as well as the ability to disinfect all of the roller components.
New York State Police, Forensic Investigation Center, Biological Sciences Section, Albany, New York
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