Untraceable Evidence

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Untraceable Evidence
鑑證實錄
Also known as'Gam Jing Sat Luk'
Genre Police Procedural
Starring Bowie Lam
Flora Chan
Lee San-san
Margaret Chung
Simon Lo
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes20
Production
Executive producer(s)Poon Ka Tak (潘嘉德)
Release
Original network TVB
Chronology
Related shows鑑證實錄 2
Untraceable Evidence
Chinese 鑑證實錄
Literal meaning"The Forensic Records"

Untraceable Evidence (Chinese :鑑證實錄) is a Police Procedural in Hong Kong, produced by TVB. The series had two seasons.

Contents

Season 1

Theme Song: Leaving a Scar (留痕) by Edmond Leung

Cast

Season 2

Theme Song: Investigate (追究) by Edmond Leung

Cast


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