Police have resumed searching for evidence of what caused Chandra Levy´s death. They´re getting help from a device that´s normally used to figure out how car accidents occur. The “total station” tool creates a computer grid of the search area – where investigators plot coordinates of human remains. It might be able to tell police whether the body was dumped and then rolled down an embankment.
Partial remains of the former federal intern were found scattered in a wooded area of Washington´s Rock Creek Park. Investigators are talking to residents and joggers to see if they recall anything suspicious on May 1, 2001 – the day police believe Levy disappeared.
They may also re-interview Congressman Gary Condit and a man convicted of assaulting joggers in the park where the remains were found.