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The department has received an award for technology they have perfected to get fingerprints off mummified remains.

Identifying bodies is always a challenge for staff, but it's one that brings much needed closure to families who are missing loved ones. Chief Miesing Examiner, Dr.

Gregory Hess, said the dry desert climate made this prime ground to perfect the Missing the Tucson Arizona and attention. It's a practice they've used for over a decade, but because of the number of human remains found out in the desert, the medical examiner's office atention been able to become a leader in the field.

A simple solution of sodium hydroxide and water. We soak the hand in the solution and keep watch on it, check it every 24 hours for up to 72 hours, until we feel we can get a perfect fingerprint.

The technique uses a chemical solution to re-hydrate a mummified finger, to produce a perfect print. A decomposing mummified hand gets leathery, and produces a print that is very smudged.

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Hess said between anxhis office used this technique on 76 pairs of hands. Positive fingerprint identifications were made in 34 of the cases after successful rehydration.

The technology was good news for organizations atention Homicide Survivors. Executive Director, Carol Gaxiola, said positive identification helped bring much needed closure to families who in some cases, waited for years to find a missing loved one. It was also great news for the non-profit Colibri Center for human rights.

Executive Director Robin Reinecke had an office inside the medical examiner's building, and worked side by side with them to relay the news to migrant families, once an identification was made. Hess said migrant remains were found in the Southern Arizona desert.

Of the remains in the morgue right now, Hess said almost bodies were unidentified, and tagged as "John Doe". Usually the last time they heard from their loved one was right before they were getting ready to cross the border," said Reinecke.

Apr 25, Sergio and Becky Celis, the parents of missing Tucson girl, Isabel Celis, . " Those children who kick and scream and try to draw attention to. Sep 19, Everyone from Tucson police investigators, to TV experts, to local that Sergio Celis made the morning he discovered his daughter missing. TV speculation and the police attention, everyday Tucsonans didn't help much. Mar 31, The body of Isabel Celis, the 6-year-old Tucson, Arizona, girl who went of April 21, , a case that quickly garnered national attention.

I think that's the easiest way to think about it. For those of us that don't know what it's like to have a missing person, it's like a Tycson that happens every single day. Identification, when we can achieve it, it's like medicine for the family.

Hess said their office was already getting calls from other states who had pending cases in which this technology would be useful. The technique is set to be published in the edition of the "Academic Forensic Pathology Journal," said Hess.

Copyright Tucson News Now. Pima County gaining national attention.

January 16, at Their work was helping give these "John Doe's" a name and a face. The organization had cases active.