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Kids get a chance to do some sleuthing

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Kids at a Wilmington anatomy and physiology camp turned into young detectives for the day. Campers at Cape Fear Community College’s Bones and Remains Camp had a visit from Crime Scene Investigator Nathan Smoots.

They took their own fingerprints and used special goggles and a flash light to look for evidence in the bathroom. After the week-long camp, the campers all have their favorite part.

Camper Jordan Thomas said, “Probably to learn about dissection and stuff because I want to be a veterinarian when I grow up.”

Samantha Taylor also attended the camp and said, “I really like how we’re pulling out finger prints. I didn’t know they just use like regular tape, I thought they used like this special kind.”

The campers were 9 to 12. The camp is part of CFCC’s Kids College Program.

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Kids at a Wilmington anatomy and physiology camp turned into young detectives for the day. Campers at Cape Fear Community College’s Bones and Remains Camp had a visit from Crime Scene Investigator Nathan Smoots.

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