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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #80425: Crime scene
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    1. He saw the (                          ) and told the police the name of the man who committed the crime.
    2. I can give you a (              ) , which will help to find the killer.
    3. He now works as a private - (           ) .
    4. The (                          ) scientist carried out the autopsy.
    5. This is the (                    ) he killed the victim with.
    6. He used a (              ) to strangle that boy.
    7. He (                       ) the victim with this very long knife.
    8. The police (                                      ) in order to find the murderer as fast as possible.
    9. He could not be charged with the crime because he found a serious (                 ) .
    10. That old man was (                    ) because they thought he was rich and tried to rob him.

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