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Forensic photographers with the Los Angeles Police Department have been documenting crime scenes since the 1920s, chronicling everything from routine arrests to notorious murders and raids. Stacks of those forgotten photos have been resurrected by a team of artists, and are making the rounds at galleries across the nation. See some of the images featured in the exhibit. NPR's Mandalit del Barco reports.

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