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You won't believe this. We got the tape out clean.
— The forensic finds Troy's video tape[src]

The Female Forensic is a fictional character from the Saw franchise as well as a minor protagonist in Saw III and IV. She was portrayed by Zoe Heath.


The Classroom Trap

The forensic finds the tape

The female forensic was a woman working for the Metropolitan Police Department as part of the Crime Scene Investigation unit. Therefore, it was her job to look for any potential evidence at the scenes of violent crimes. At one point of her career, she got involved in the case of serial killer John Kramer, better known as the Jigsaw Killer. After a SWAT team led by Lieutenant Daniel Rigg had found the humiliated corpse of a man named Troy in one of Jigsaw's traps, the forensic was called to the crime scene in a classroom of an elementary school. Even though the entire room had been devastated by a nail bomb, she was still able to find a video tape, which had been used to give Troy the instructions for his game. As the tape had not been destroyed by the explosion, she immediately informed Detective Mark Hoffman and Detective Allison Kerry about her find. (Saw III)

The Shell Casing

Four days later, Detective Hoffman, Lieutenant Rigg and his SWAT team found Kerry's corpse in another trap in a basement area. While taking a look at the corpse, whose rib cage had been ripped apart, one of the police photographers discovered a bullet shell clamped between the device and the body. As Detective Fisk informed Hoffman about this, the latter ordered the shell to be examined for fingerprints. Later that day, the forensic found a fingerprint from Officer Rigg on the bullet shell and immediately informed Fisk. (Saw IV)


Not much can be said about the forensic's personality due to her short screen time.

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