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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 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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The brutal murder of an elderly landlady offers no forensic answers.
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On April 3rd, 2017, Assistant Chief Deputy Clint Greenwood is shot dead at point blank range at the Harris County Courthouse outside Houston, Texas; no eye witnesses, but maybe security cameras lead them to Clint's killer.
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After 24-year-old Amy Lord is found stabbed to death, police trace her movements using footage from five different ATMs in Boston.
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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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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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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.
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A man gets savagely beaten and stabbed to death in a parking lot in South Dakota; with little evidence left behind at the scene, police painstakingly piece together the victim's last moments in an attempt to find his killer.
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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.
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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.
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When Marcel Reardon is discovered bludgeoned to death outside an apartment building, his friends deny all knowledge of his murder; detectives are convinced at least one of them is lying.
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On Nov. 12, 2012, Atlanta entrepreneur Terry Porter is found shot dead execution style in his front yard; there is no forensic evidence or witnesses, so detectives attempt to use surveillance footage to catch Porter's killer.
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On Nov. 21, 2014, Jessica Padgett disappears; the only lead is her abandoned white Subaru; surveillance cameras show her driving into a parking lot and walking down a back alley, never to return.
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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.
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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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Considered a runaway at first, teenager Skylar Neese's remains are found six months after a surveillance camera captures her climbing out of her window at 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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Tom and Jill Estes' bodies are found behind a dumpster in Festus, Mo.; police are baffled until a receipt leads to CCTV footage of a blood-stained suspect; a trail of bodies reveals a killer who must be stopped before he strikes again.
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When loving couple Gary and Linda Haas fail to reach their vacation campsite, New Mexico State Police are called in to investigate. With no forensic evidence and no witnesses, all they can do is scour CCTV footage for clues to unravel the mystery.
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Pregnant student Loretta Saunders vanishes without trace; her trail runs cold after she is spotted on CCTV at her apartment building, then police spot her missing car on a drive-thru camera and race to find her before it's too late.
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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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