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(KSL News) Small paint chips were the focus today of a preliminary hearing in a Salt Lake County murder.
Sherman Lynch is charged with killing his wife in October and then making it look like a hit-and-run.
Today forensic experts presented evidence showing paint from a vehicle was impressed into the victim's pants indicating the force of the hit sustained.
However, they also testified they could not definitively match the paint to a truck owned by Lynch.