BlackBerrys tweaked to check for fingerprints

The new device has already led to the capture of at least one suspected murderer


By Gary Anderson
Sunday Mirror

Essex, United Kingdom — Police are getting a new mobile phone gadget that reads fingerprints... so suspects can be instantly identified.

The new device has already led to the capture of at least one suspected murderer in trials with Essex police.

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