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The capture of criminal insects handbook

How and where a Field Operative should begin searching for a suspect. Because criminal insects don’t want to be found, the first step towards executing an arrest warrant is to look for clues to the suspect’s whereabouts. Often signs such as a hole in the ground, holes in rotting wood, galls on a tree trunk, cocoons hanging from a branch, a leaf rolled-up like a cigar, a nest made of mud or a tunnel or tunnels bored into wood will be a clue to the presence of a possible suspect – so be sure to find out as much as you can about the criminal you are going after. There is a brief profile on the wanted criminal at the end of each case file to get you started, but it only lists a few basic facts. As a Field Operative, it is your duty to keep your case files up to date, so be sure to record everything you find out about your target criminal. Page 3


The capture of criminal insects handbook
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