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Whiteville police will get 3D laser to scan crime scenes

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The RTC360 3D Laser Scanner can be used to accurately document areas of interest with an accuracy down to the millimeter, says Whiteville Police Chief Douglas Ipock. Photos from Leica Geosystems

After recounting the time-consuming steps required to triangulate the location of evidence at a crime scene, Whiteville Police Chief Douglas Ipock offered city council a simpler solution: 3D laser scanning. 

Whiteville Police Chief Douglas Ipock asks council during its Tuesday meeting to consider allocating money for the purchase of a

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