Phone Number Unmasking
Foreign Companies
Employee Investigations
Offshore Companies - Panama
Offshore Anonymous Companies - Panama
Offshore Companies - Anguilla
Second Legal Passport
Forensic Science Lab
Product Counterfeit
Identity Theft Investigations
Unfair Competition
Offshore Anonymous Companies – Liberia
Offshore Companies - Belize
Offshore Companies - BVI
Theft Investigations
Pre-matrimonial Check
Stalking Investigations
Asset Protection Planning
International Frauds
Offshore Companies - Seychelles
Homicide Investigations
Locating Witnesses
Offshore Companies - Delaware
Child Abuse and Custody
Offshore Companies - Cayman
Intellectual Property
Counter Espionage
Employee Investigations
Counter Espionage
Insurance Claims
Due Diligence for Banks and Law Firms
Product Counterfeit
Bank Account Searches
International Divorce
Due Diligence for Banks and Law Firms
Offshore Companies - Hong Kong
Background Check
Unfair Competition
Locating Missing Persons
Theft Investigations
Polygraph Tests
Ship Registration
Divorce Cases Consulting
Business Intelligence
Covert Investigations
Search of Evidence and Alibi Check
Voice Analysis Technology Test
Insurance Claims
Electronic Debugging
Internet Friend Identification
(Reverse) Phone Number Lookup
Drug Abuse
Offshore Companies - Nevis
Business Intelligence
Pre-employment Screening
Spouse Infidelity Check
Extortion and Threats Investigations
Offshore Companies - Bahamas
Drug Trafficking
Pre-employment Screening
Private Interest Foundations
Offshore Bank Accounts
Computer Monitoring
Armed Robbery Investigations
(Counter) Surveillance
Kidnapping Investigations


Criminal Investigations - Armed Robbery Investigations

Armed Robbery Investigations

robbery private investigator private detectiveInvestigate an Armed Robbery Case With the Help of ISOG Private Investigator

If you are a victim of an armed robbery and wish to really find the culprit or if you have mistakenly accused of being a robber, ISOG private investigators and private detectives help you find the truth and get the evidence to prosecute the real assaulter.
When the victim of a robbery reports the assault to the police, he/she is asked to look at hundreds of photos of known criminals. A normal person often is not in a position to recognize the assaulter, either because the assaulter did not show his/her face or because it was too dark to see anything or because he/she was so shocked that cannot remember anything.
However, under the pressure of the police sometimes it happens that the victim recognizes the wrong person. When this happens the poor guy is taken to prison and finds him/herself in a nightmare.