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While there are certainly newer on-line tools (web pages) that do the same thing, there is nothing like having such a tool available when trying to fix a broken system because the network isn't working because someone got the mask wrong.
The Offline Audit Log should track the Document Attached (initial creation) and Document Checked In (New Revision) events which include the Document Store path under the Extra Details column.
Might be a bit of a time consuming process if you have heaps of records and revisions to check but that's one way to get the path however you'd need to know when the records/revisions were added.
It'd be much more efficient to check the Active Audit Events (TSONLINEAU) but once the record is deleted it removes all events for the record.
Typically I'd check the the database backup when users do things like accidental deletion. However, restoring database backups, depending on when they were deleted (together vs random dates), would also be a bit of a time consuming process.