WATCH: Go inside important forensic lab
BATON ROUGE - LSU's FACES Lab, a place where science, art and crime meet to find justice was featured on WBRZ News 2 at 10:00.
The lab creates life-like images of dead people from bone fragments or creates age progression images to assist in the search of missing persons. The lab provided cameras a rare look at how cases are solved and ones that are still being investigated.
Watch the attached video for more.
Also, click HERE to read more about the FACES lab and watch a story about the future of the program since its director, Mary Manhein, is retiring.
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