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As I suspected, the very old and thick spider web seen in the crime scene photos was NOT left intact when the basement window was opened.

Look at the web left attached to the frame - it has a hole in it.  Look at the open window frame - the rest of the web  is there.

   
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In possession of some detailed descriptions attached to BPD crime scene photos.    Have been looking for mention of spider webs and just found one.

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"In the lower right corner of the photograph, green foliage appears to be underneath the grate, which may indicate that the grate had been recently lifted.  Along the grate where it meets the brick wall, there are very few cob webs and none that can be detected attaching to the wall and the grate."
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(09-02-2017, 07:17 PM)jameson245 Wrote: In possession of some detailed descriptions attached to BPD crime scene photos.    Have been looking for mention of spider webs and just found one.

#420 

"In the lower right corner of the photograph, green foliage appears to be underneath the grate, which may indicate that the grate had been recently lifted.  Along the grate where it meets the brick wall, there are very few cob webs and none that can be detected attaching to the wall and the grate."

This is huge  and disproves the reports of the gate not being moved. 

Even if there was very few cob webs,              spiders are known for making spider webs very  quickly after it being tampered with.
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