The University of Teesside has converted a large terraced building on the campus into a "crime house". Inside the rabbit warren of 16 rooms will be hidden clues to simulated criminal acts of every sort - from break-ins and burglaries to murder.
Students from the university's forensic investigation courses will be able to apply crime scene and forensic investigation techniques under the watchful eye of CCTV cameras.
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