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In this true crime investigation series, crime scene investigators looks for clues in the places where crimes were committed. The twist that sets this series apart from others is that the investigators use panoramic photographic technology to get a good look at the crime scenes.

Crime 360 is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (30 episodes). The series first aired on March 6, 2008.

Crime 360 is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Crime 360 on demand atApple TV+, Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, A&E, The Roku Channel, iTunes online.

2 Seasons, 30 Episodes
March 6, 2008
Crime, Documentary & Biography, Reality
Cast: Bill Lloyd
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Crime 360 Full Episode Guide

  • Early one January morning, four masked men invade a Cleveland home, robbing the inhabitants at gunpoint. But the burglary doesn't go as planned and one of the intruders is shot to death. When they arrive on scene, Detectives Hank Veverka and Kathleen Carlin already have more than a dozen potential suspects. Did one of the homeowners shoot the victim in self-defense - or did one of his own men pull the trigger? Using ballistics, DNA testing and fingerprint evidence, the detectives race to narrow down their suspect pool and catch the killer.

  • Just past midnight, three masked gunmen barge into a crowded, neighborhood bar and open fire, leaving one person dead and three others wounded. Seasoned detectives Hank Veverka and Kathleen Carlin are called to the scene and soon discover that one of the wounded might be one of the gunmen. Was this a botched robbery? Or, an act of revenge carefully planned by someone at the bar that night? To uncover the truth, Hank and KC sift through the countless lies and soon learn that a human bone fragment discovered at the crime scene might just hold the key.

  • In a suburban neighborhood of Cleveland, gunshots ring out in the middle of the night, and a young male is found dead on the front porch of his own house. Detectives Tom Armelli and Joe Chojnowski learn from the vicitm's girlfriend that a visit by friends that evening quickly turned violent. Was this a home invasion? Or, a friendly fight taken too far? To discover the truth, detectives must rely on their strongest piece of evidence, a cooking pan. Will this pan hold the recipe to catch the killer? Forensic science and diligent detective work are the crucial ingredients needed to break this case.

  • A van crashes into a family home in a quiet neighborhood and the homeowner is left shot to death.

  • Detectives in Rochester, NY, attempt to identify and locate the chief suspect while they investigate what appears to be domestic homicide.

  • The detectives go on a stakeout to find the shooter of a man who was gunned down after having danced with a woman at a club.

  • A young man is found shot dead in a car wash parking lot, and the witnesses have a description of the car the shooters used.

  • An investigation takes place for a murdered teen who was shot down on a neighborhood street. The only evidence is a blurry surveillance tape from a store camera and one eyewitness.

  • In a quiet Indianapolis suburb, two men are found fatally beaten in their bedrooms. Detective Bobby Flack is called to the scene and quickly learns that the victims had been harassed for being gay. Were these murders a hate crime? Could the killer be a neighbor living in this picturesque suburb?

  • A 21-year old man in Indianapolis, Indiana, is gunned down during a shootout in a residential neighborhood. Detectives Chuck Brenner and Todd Lappin check out the debris left behind: 40 shell casings spread out along the street, a discarded pistol on the ground, and abandoned car which is filled with bullet holes. The detectives use these clues to uncover multiple suspects engaged in a deadly vendetta...but were the shots shot in self defense or was he shooting to kill? Benner and Lappin will need every tool in their forensic arsenal to find out the truth.

  • A late-night house party turns deadly when gunshots ring out and a nineteen year old man is found dead on the street. An off-duty fireman, who was driving home, witnessed the shooting.

  • Hours into her first shift, Investigator Cathy Lucci meets partner Dave Salvatore at the scene of her first homicide case. A 49-year-old male has been brutally stabbed and left to die with a blanket covering him.

  • Mother's Day morning. A 58 year-old man lies dead in an open field. Detectives Nate Sowa and Ray Diaz inspect the body and discover the victim's cell phone is missing.

  • At an apartment complex in the Northeast side of Indianapolis, two young men are found dead, and high caliber rifle casings litter the street.

  • When a witness comes forward and claims to have seen a missing person being beaten, the detectives start thinking that this case was a murder.

  • Detectives respond to a call of a stabbing at a convenience store on North Avenue. The victim is a young man lying in a pool of blood. The convenience store clerks say the suspect ran out of the store. Fortunately, the convenience store has a surveillance video of the crime. The video recorder is removed from the store and taken to the state lab where the tape will be retrieved, copied and reviewed.

  • A man found shot dead while holding a dollar bill with methamphetamines inside. Detectives hope that testing the drugs will offer up a clue.

  • A body with signs of blunt trauma is discovered. A tip from a woman to the detectives has her believing it is her missing nephew.

  • A woman is shot to death inside her ransacked apartment, and her boyfriend is nowhere to be found.

  • A corpse is found in an area were a Fourth of July celebration had just been held with the shooting of guns, leaving the detectives to sift through more than 60 shell casings.

  • A detective must determine whether a fire was a suicide, murder or accident after finding a charred body inside the bedroom.

  • A body is discovered on the porch of a home in a residential area all shot up, as a broken cell phone may hold the key clue needed to break the case open.

  • Detectives investigate a body found in Cleveland which has been shot multiple times, at a home belonging to the victim's grandmother, hidden behind the hedges and the porch.

  • An investigation is made to see whether a man's death in a housing project was caused by an argument or was a case of self defense.

  • A murder victim is found stuffed in a trunk of a car on a hot summer day in Richmond, VA. The investigators will need to rely on forensic evidence since their in no witnesses or even an original crime scene. A tip comes in when they receive a 911 call about gunshots heard in an apartment building the previous night, with a pair of men fleeing the site.