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Powershell Query to show serial number for USB Attached Devices

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I require assistance on a 'powershell' query to obtain the serial number of a USB attached device.

I have used a freeware program, developed by 'Nirsoft', named 'USBDeview'.

I've used the following syntax

gwmi Win32_USBControllerDevice |%{[wmi]($_.Dependent)} | Sort Manufacturer,Description,DeviceID | Ft -GroupBy Manufacturer Description,Service,DeviceID

however i'm having difficulty to get the serial number being included and displayed alongside this query.
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Right, i've done some further investigating.

I wish to combine the following two properties into a PowerShell Query.

The USB Printing Support is the (parent) property, and the 'Star TSP100 Cutter' is the child.

If anybody can shed light in how to link these two string values in a powershell query, then this would be much appreciated.

I have attached a picture as to which device i'm trying to get in showing it's serial number,

Any input is greatly appreciated, as i've exhausted in researching articles online.
USBDeview-SerialNumber.JPG
Parent---Child-Properties.JPG
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