With the increasing availability and sensitivity of DNA testing, a wider variety of cases are impacted by DNA testing. It is important to note that DNA testing in and of itself cannot tell us when DNA was left on a particular item of evidence or necessarily how it came to be present. In an automobile theft case, the steering wheel can be swabbed for DNA in an attempt to place someone in the car. Burglaries via breaking glass windows can result in small bloodstains being left behind which can be easily tested for DNA. Cigarette butts, ski masks, partially eaten food, and drinking cans/bottles left behind in burglaries and robberies are good sources of DNA.