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Investigation Discovery's new series, See No Evil pieces together the truth when shocking surveillance footage reveals breakthrough clues to solve a murder.
After 24-year-old Amy Lord is found stabbed to death, police trace her movements using footage from five different ATMs in Boston.
Missing 21-year-old student Mickey Shunick's family mobilizes the local community to help search for her, then police spot her on a surveillance video.
After nursing student Michelle Le vanishes without a trace, police discover footage that shows her car circling the parking lot where she disappeared, but they cannot identify the driver.
When 22-year-old college student Dru Sjodin vanishes following her shift at Victoria's Secret, investigators turn to surveillance camera footage to reveal the chilling reason for her disappearance.
In Coral Springs, Fla., Surya Toha vanishes without a trace after dropping her sons off at school, then chilling video surveillance footage reveals exactly what happened to her.
Fifteen-year-old Elizabeth Ennen is seen for the last time when a family friend drops her off at home, but her mother says she never walked through the door.
Grainy security footage reveals what happened to 19-year-old college student Katie Poirier who vanished while working the graveyard shift at a gas station.
After Keith Reed is gunned down on his doorstep, surveillance footage helps police unravel the mystery of who killed him and why.
In Tempe, Ariz., millionaire entrepreneur Rick Chance is gunned down in a hotel room, prompting detectives to analyze a surveillance video to catch his killer.
The body of a woman who failed to return from work the night before is found in a churchyard at dawn, and police turn to the city's surveillance cameras to catch her killer.
After the brutal murder of Nikki Whitehead in her home, police come to suspect she may have known her killer, using closed-circuit television and polygraph tests to discover the truth.
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