On their way out of a shop or restaurant, thieves in Rotterdam may be sprayed with a fine mist that marks them with synthetic DNA as suspects, reports the New York Times. The mist is employee-activated and not only showers the suspects with store-specific synthetic DNA, but also alerts the authorities to the robbery-in-progress.

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