"My journalist friend needed help in uncovering a sweet-stuffs smuggling operation. That sounded big. What could I do? I took the case."
Detective: So, how about that coffee...
Pola Chapelle: Coffee can wait! I found something big! There's a smuggling ring that transports illegal sweet-stuffs into the city.
Detective: That would explain why the candy prohibition isn't as effective as everybody hoped. But what proof do you have?
Pola Chapelle: None. It's just a single, thin lead... But that's where you come in. You can verify my findings and help me find the culprits! What do you say, partner?
Detective: A sweet-stuffs smuggling operation... this sounds big. I wouldn't be surprised if someone tried to hinder my investigation.
Pola Chapelle: I'm sure you can handle a few thugs, honey.
- 5 questions
- 3 photos
- 4 fingerprints
- Policeman: 5 donuts
- 1 knuckle
- 3 footprints
- 3 photos
- 3 maps
Detective: Folks talk about sweetened products of unknown origin around the city. But why the authorities want us to stay out of this?
Pola Chapelle: Looks like my lead was right. Someone's trying to cover up the whole thing. We need to act fast!
City search: Logistics of CrimeEdit
Detective: We need to know how the sweet-stuffs enter the city. The smugglers probably transport it in bulk, so it shouldn't be to hard to find.
Pola Chapelle: I wonder where are they getting the product, though?
The smuggling operation is:
- more than 1 from warehouses
- more than 2 from factories
- in the distance of 1 from railways
- not more than 1 from a port
- not more than 3 from an office
- On the map there are 2 warehouses
- On the map there are 3 ports
Detective: Predictable. The easiest way to transport sweets into the city is by ship. And the best place to unload a ship unnoticed is Dock 12.
Pola Chapelle: So they're shipping it... from where? Europe? Canada?
Crime scene search: The Canuck ConnectionEdit
Detective: I'll take peek at the warehouses. Maybe the contraband is hidden somewhere here. And you better stay away from here.
Pola Chapelle: Well, I guess I could get my hands on some paperwork. Maybe we'll trace the ship or the company who's smuggling the product.
If you enter the northeast warehouse:
Detective: Hmmm... this warehouse belongs to InterLogistics Inc.
If you enter the southeast warehouse:
Detective: Hmmm... this warehouse belongs to Worldwide Shipping Co.
If you enter the southwest warehouse:
Detective: Hmmm... this warehouse belongs to AmTransGroup LLC.
Suspect identification: Limited LiabilityEdit
Detective: I know the name of the company, but now I need to pin a face to it.
Pola Chapelle: This AmTransGroup is really shady. But I've got a list of names... let's see who shows up at the Dock 12.
Pola Chapelle: Stop complaining. You did a great job. We'll talk about it at your place.
Pola Chapelle: Exactly. He might escape the police, but he won't be able to escape the free press. And when I publish the article, the cops will be forced to start the investigation.
Detective: Maybe you're right. Why I even got involved with this case?
Pola Chapelle: I think you know why. Oh, and the coffee is still a valid offer. Just as soon as I write this article!
Pola Chapelle: Cause I couldn't do it without you. Oh, and shopping is still an valid offer. Just as soon as I write this article!