GALLERY: Teens investigate double-murder at CSI Summer Camp
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Isabella Hargesheimer of Philadelphia and Bridget McLearie of Bergen City, N.J. place a victim in a body bag during a simulated crime scene investigation at Stockton University's "Stockton CSI Camp."
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Campers enter the simulated crime scene area where they are tasked in investigating a double-murder.
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Shanae Schmucker of Yoder, Kansas checks the victim's vital signs as she performs a "first responder" role in a simulated crime scene investigation at Stockton's CSI Summer Camp.
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Police Sgt. Tracy Stuart and K-9 Officer Hemi prepare to give a demonstration on how police K-9s use their scent to search for drugs and bombs at the summer camp on Monday, July 17, 2017.
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Campers are split into teams and given different roles to locate, record, document and collect evidence and observations of the crime scene as they scour the area for clues.
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Nicholas Maher of Queens, N.Y. and Kate Kornitas of Metuchen, N.J. use evidence markers to record the location of elements of the scene that may be relevant to solving the crime. Kornitas records evidence details while Maher looks over at a lead slug from a bullet found near the second victim.
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Arianna Pena and Michelle Pomponio of Nutley, N.J. collect evidence at the "crime scene" near one of the victims.
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Police Sgt. Tracy Stuart conducts a mock search with K-9 Officer Hemi during a demonstration for campers.
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The directors of the 'Stockton CSI Summer Camp,' Dr. Joshua Duntley, left and Dr. Christine Tartaro pose for a photo in the university auditorium used for the simulated crime scene investigation.