Cresha Cason, who works for the company Forensic Technology, shows how the BRASSTRAX machine works at the Baltimore County Public Safety building in Towson Aug. 14.. BRASSTRAX is used to identify an imprint made by a bullet cartridge that is unique for each gun.
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