Agricultural crimes detectives Joe Armstrong, left, and John Nicholson use special ultraviolet lights to detect invisible markings on tools that can help them trace stolen property.
Agricultural crimes detectives Joe Armstrong, left, and John Nicholson use special ultraviolet lights to detect invisible markings on tools that can help them trace stolen property. LEWIS GRISWOLD lgriswold@fresnobee.com
Agricultural crimes detectives Joe Armstrong, left, and John Nicholson use special ultraviolet lights to detect invisible markings on tools that can help them trace stolen property. LEWIS GRISWOLD lgriswold@fresnobee.com
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