Look at the flashlight on the kitchen counter
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Yes: It could have been placed into a baggie or in wax paper, etc. before being used. Or it could have been stored in or near something that out-gassed and coated it with some kind of waxy substance over a long period of time.

I wouldn't at all be surprised, assuming that the flashlight is the blunt-force trauma weapon, if the perpetrator wrapped it in something before using it, especially if he planned on taking it with him.  It would keep the flashlight free of blood and tissue.
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#12
The blow to the head did not break the skin so there was no blood or tissue. Doesn't prove it was the murder weapon, but it may help someone ID the killer - I mean, if he left it behind, maybe someone in HIS house remembers their flashlight went missing that Christmas.
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(08-07-2017, 10:18 AM)jameson245 Wrote: The blow to the head did not break the skin so there was no blood or tissue. 

Correct, but he didn't know that in advance.
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