Friday 9 June
Sunday 11 June
Sunday 11 June
Tonight on CBS Justice at 21:50 CAT
Series 1, Episode 6.
In Woonsocket, Rhode Island, women are disappearing at an alarming rate. How do you catch a killer when there are no victims?
Posted on Thursday 1st Jun 2023
Premieres at 19:00 on Monday, 5th June and continues weeknights until 16th June
From serial killers to murder in the family and even vicious gang killings, ten shocking crimes in the UK and US are solved using forensic investigation.
Each story is told by people who were there as the action unfolded. The first to arrive at any crime scene are the police. The leading officer on each case guides us through the investigation from start to finish.
Second on the scene are forensics. At the murder site they gather the first pieces of a deadly jigsaw puzzle. More pieces are gradually added to the picture as investigators draw ever closer to the murderer. Leading forensics scientists and criminologists are there to guide us every step of the way.
The tension ratchets up as we wait to discover the perpetrator’s fatal mistake. Special chemicals reveal trails of blood invisible to the human eye. The analysis of earth from under a car leads police to a hidden burial site. And a footprint pointing the wrong way helps catch a killer who thought he was too clever to be caught.
This series is the ultimate proof that forensics will always uncover the ‘killer evidence’ – and that’s what puts murderers behind bars.READ MORE ON CBS JUSTICE TONIGHT
CBS Justice at 22:40 CAT
Series 1, Episode 3.
Simon Toyne travels to South Yorkshire to explore the bizarre case of a man dubbed The Rotherham Shoe Rapist.