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Girl Scouts get a clue about detective work

They earn their badges in program at Imagination Station

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    Alexis Warren, 13, left, and Riley Lovitz, 13, inspect their fingers to see their fingerprint pattern. Area Girl Scouts learn how to be detectives and secret agents to earn their badges in a program at the Imagination Station in downtown Toledo.

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    Dan Clements of the Imagination Station speaks with Bobbi Hunt, 9, as Kate Moran, 9, rear, works.

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    Lydia Thornton, 13, left, helps Sarah Spradling, 12, clean off the ink after Sarah took her own fingerprints.

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    Participants learn about ciphers, fingerprints, forensic science, and criminal psychology.

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Area Girl Scouts learned how to be detectives and secret agents to earn their badges in a program at the Imagination Station in downtown Toledo.

PHOTO GALLERY: Area Girl Scouts learn detective skills at Imagination Station

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