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How many rooms were searched by the Cadaver dogs please ?

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How many rooms were searched by the Cadaver dogs please ?

Post by chillyheat on 19.10.13 23:25

Sorry if this is in the wrong place. But just wondering what areas were searched by the dogs...Im thinking there could have been mattress swapping and the likes. Is there a timeframe to allow this ?
Anything removable could have been swapped room to room.....Just thinking and wondering. These doctors would have been aware about death scents and the like.

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Post by Guest on 19.10.13 23:36

Moved this to the Debate section ChillyHeat.
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Post by chillyheat on 19.10.13 23:42

candyfloss wrote:Moved this to the Debate section ChillyHeat.
Thankyou, and sorry for putting it in the other thread friends

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Post by chillyheat on 19.10.13 23:57

The initial diligence carried out with first sniffer dog, after having sniffed the towel used in the previous operation, began searching and showing interest in some doors leading to other apartments. He did not show any interest or even approach other apartments. In none of these actions did the dog give the signal to his trainer, Soldado Fernandes. It is certain however, that the dog signalled next to apartments 5J, 5H, and 4G. He showed great interest in sniffing these doors and the immediate areas. Next to door 5H there were two bags of rubbish and the odour may have distracted the dog. Outside 4G was a tray of plates, cutlery and cloth napkins that had apparently been used. This apartment is where the parents of the missing child were staying (at the time). Concerning apartment 5J, the same may have been conditioned by the presence of people in the interior or he could have sniffed an odour that needed to be confirmed.

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Post by chillyheat on 20.10.13 0:03

apartments 5J, 5H, and 4G

Is there anyway to find out whom occupied these rooms please ?

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