Evidence to look for in a vehicle:
Either you share a car or your partner has a car and you have access to your partners car, Keep track of your partners mileage to and from work. This can be verified against mapquest or google maps. After you enter your partners home address and their work address and compare this to the odometer in the car. Also know the route they take and time of day to account for rush hour. Keep track of mileage if you can.
-If your partner says they travel alone in the car all the time with no passengers. Put a piece of clear tape on the bottum of the passenger door to see if your partner is letting someone in the car. If the tape is ripped, then you know the doors been opened.
-Check the seat position of the passenger seat (if you have access). Vehicle seat adjustments are always graduated so you can set the seat position. You can set that seat position to the 2nd or 3rd tooth from the furthest back position so you can tell if the seats been moved.
-Use a new tape roller brush to pick up any hairs on the car seats.
-Check for garbage in car and under seats for any evidence and don't forget to check between the console and seats and the passenger door compartment. (lipstick on a coffee cup or a condom wrapper, receipts, etc.
-Notice how the car smells, is that air freshener or perfume ? Does it smell like smoke and your partners a non-smoker ?
-Notice if the cars recently dirty or muddy as if your partner took a different route or was somewhere where theres construction or a dirt road. You can usually check construction zones on line with the respective municpality and if your partner didn't go through a construction zone try to figure out what area the car was in to get like that.
Evidence to look for in a house:
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