Two years after the death of Fort Myers Police Officer Andrew Widman, advances in fingerprint technology continue to shed light on suspects otherwise difficult to identify. Here, Mary Christofano of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement demonstrates a fingerprint livescan, which searches a suspects prints against state and national databases.  Steven Beardsley/Staff

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Two years after the death of Fort Myers Police Officer Andrew Widman, advances in fingerprint technology continue to shed light on suspects otherwise difficult to identify. Here, Mary Christofano of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement demonstrates a fingerprint livescan, which searches a suspects prints against state and national databases. Steven Beardsley/Staff

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