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Living in a surveillance society means everyday actions are caught on camera, mostly of honest citizens going about their routines. Video, however, doesn't discriminate; criminals also end up on film. "See No Evil" presents dramatic stories of crimes being solved with the aid of surveillance cameras. Testimony from police, eyewitnesses and families are woven into re-enactments bolstered by actual security-camera footage, which helps unlock answers to cases that otherwise might have remained unsolved and left dangerous perpetrators at large.

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On April 23, 2016, car salesman Hufracio Arteaga is found stabbed to death in his Michigan City, Ind., office; with no witnesses, investigators use surveillance cameras from an adjacent building to find out who murdered Arteaga.
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Twelve-year-old Alajawan Brown is gunned down outside a 7-Eleven in Skyway, Wash., which is only a block away from an earlier shooting; only CCTV can help piece together the puzzle pieces and find Alajawan's killer.
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Twenty-four-year-old father-to-be Nathan Trapuzzano is shot dead while taking his morning walk; security footage from the scene shows the final shocking moments of Trapuzzano's life, but it may not be enough to help police hunt down his killer.
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On March 18, 2011, 32-year-old Patty Ayala is murdered at the Burger King where she works; police find the safe open and a mysterious message next to Patty's body, and then examine the surveillance video.
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Thirty-six-year-old Carl Starke is shot dead in cold blood near his home in St. Augustine, Fla.; while there are no witnesses, neighbors hear shots; armed with a likely time of death, police turn to CCTV to help hunt down Starke's killer.
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In Madison, Wis., Andrew Nesbitt is found murdered on his 46th birthday; with no witnesses, investigators turn to surveillance cameras in bars and taxi cabs and on street corners to track down his killer.
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On Dec. 2, 2014, Rhonda Daugherty vanishes; detectives turn to the public for information on her mysterious disappearance, and a tip leads investigators to surveillance footage from a hotel where they uncover a journey of duplicity and deception.
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Murdered in his office, Dr. David Cornbleet's daughter finds him bound and gagged in a pool of blood, and police must rely on closed-circuit television images of an unidentified man to lead them to Cornbleet's killer.
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Seventeen-year-old Casey Crowder vanishes early one Sunday morning after her car runs out of gas outside of Dumas, Ark.; with no leads and no witnesses, investigators are desperate to find any CCTV cameras that can lead them to the missing teenager.
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A woman's New Year's disappearance leads to a gruesome discovery; with no witnesses, only the four security cameras from her apartment building can help decipher what happened.
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On Nov. 7, 2014, 69-year old Ina Clare Richardson is found brutally murdered in a public park in Clarkston, Wash.; with no witnesses, investigators turn to surveillance cameras to piece together the puzzle of her fateful final night.
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On April 14, 2009, 25-year old student Julissa Brisman is found shot to death in a Boston hotel room; with no witnesses, investigators turn to surveillance cameras to find a serial attacker.
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On March 29, 2016, Louise Dickey is discovered murdered in a bath of her own blood; with no imaginable motive for the homicide and no witnesses, detectives seek out surveillance cameras to uncover the shocking truth.
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Twenty-seven-year-old Jessika Kalaher is found strangled in her car in Cedar Park, Texas; with Jessika's wallet and car keys missing, detectives turn to security cameras in the hope of finding out who killed her.
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The body of 26-year-old Celina Peterson is found in an alley in the South Park neighborhood of Seattle; when police recover surveillance footage from across the neighborhood, they begin to unravel the shocking truth behind her murder.
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Emily Lambert goes missing after spending the night at a hotel bar with her new boyfriend; two days later, she's found murdered on a piece of remote farmland; detectives scour CCTV footage from the hotel and bar searching for her killer.
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After Keith Reed is gunned down on his doorstep, surveillance footage helps police unravel the mystery of who killed him and why.
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On Dec. 23, 2009, Beth von Steinner goes missing, then her frozen body is found days later in a trash pile behind her house; with no witness or suspects, only CCTV footage can unlock the mystery of who killed her.
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A woman is shot dead during her morning jog through a normally peaceful neighborhood in Glendale, Ariz.; home surveillance footage enables detectives to identify the shooter's vehicle.
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British woman Sian O'Callaghan disappears after leaving a nightclub; with the clock ticking, detectives find footage of O'Callaghan getting into a taxi and race to identify the vehicle and its driver.
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In the early hours of Sept. 28, 2011, student Maple Batalia is found shot dead in the parking lot of Simon Fraser University; with over a hundred cameras at their disposal, detectives must dig through the footage and figure out who killed Batalia.

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