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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGS HERALD Saturday, November 28, 1970 Dentists become sleuths under toolliprints plan TORONTO (CP) A Dan- isli export conducting a course here to Hfni dentists into det- ectives yesterday described a useful clue for catching crimi- Bite marks arc one way criminals can be caught arid innocent people vindicated, said Dr. Sorcn Reiser-Nielsen of Copenhagen. As early as 1932 a thief was Identified in Denmark be- cause he left toothmarks in a package of butler when lie broke into a daily. Confronted with the evidence from Ms choppers, he confessed. In a more-gruesome case, a mutilated victim bore tooth- marks. If a living person is bitten, the mark disappears, but the victim dies, the im- pressions remain. Even In a living person, bleeding under the skin cait reproduce the pattern of the surface of the teeth sufficiently to identify the attacker. Dr. Keiser-Neilsen, w h o heads the laboratory of foren- sic odontology in Copenhagen, said finger prints often may not be available. Teeth have the advantage of being almost indestructable, even after death, he said. In Scandina- via, p o 1 i c