Crime scene getaway  

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A crime scene getaway is the act of fleeing the location where one has broken the law in order to avoid apprehension by law enforcement. It is an act that the offender(s) may or may not have planned in detail, resulting in a variety of outcomes. A crime scene is the "location of a crime; especially one at which forensic evidence is collected in a controlled manner." The "getaway" is any flight or escape by a perpetrator from that scene, which may have been witnessed by eyewitnesses or law enforcement.

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