USF: ‘Art of Forensics’ Aims To Put Names To Cold Case Victims

USF: ‘Art of Forensics’ Aims To Put Names To Cold Case Victims

USF: ‘Art of Forensics’ Aims To Put Names To Cold Case Victims

Forensic artists at a recent workshop hosted by the University of South Florida wrapped up their week of work by presenting their creations — fourteen clay busts of unidentified victims in cold cases — to local law enforcement.

But in the middle of their presentation, a woman looking at one of the works at the rear of a downtown Tampa conference room broke down sobbing, sure that the face staring back at her was that of her sister, some thirty-eight years after she went missing.

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