Pola Chapelle: I see you made up your mind about helping me in the investigation.
Detective: Don't be too flattered. Thanks to your article, I haven't had a decent case in months. I'm in it for money.
Detective: Good we have that settled. So what's the plan?
Pola Chapelle: I managed to arrange a visit for you at the State Penitentiary.
Detective: There's a lot of cops here. I don't think this is normal prison security.
- 4 fingerprints
- 4 maps
- Policeman: 10 donuts
- 3 fingerprints
- 3 photos
- 4 maps
- 2 fingerprints
- 3 photos
Detective: Good to see you, sweetie. What happened here?
Suspect identification: Vanishing of John BravucciEdit
Lucy Gordon: That's not a coincidence, either. Let's find him.
City search: Rustic RedemptionEdit
Lucy Gordon: I heard his parents live on a farm somewhere around here. Let's check it out.
Bravucci's cellmate is:
- not more than 1 from a farm
- more than 1 from warehouses
- not more than 2 from a campsite
- not more than 2 from railways
- more than 1 from restaurants
- On the map there are 6 farms
- On the map there are 3 campsites
- On the map there are 2 warehouses
Chuck Fudge Fudd: What? I know nothing about that, officer.
Detective: Sure you do. He couldn't have escaped without your help. I can arrange a return trip to the slammer if that will help your memory.
Chuck Fudge Fudd: OK! I helped him. Kind of. I hated kitchen duty or working in the garden, you know. So when Bravucci offered to switch jobs, I gladly accepted. The guards were sloppy, they only did a head count. Didn't bother with names.
Crime scene search: Green YardEdit
Lucy Gordon: It's not simple, girl. I might be able to arrange something with the warden, but turning the alarms and giving you a key to all the doors is out of the question.
Detective: There's a note among the pieces of the package.
Detective: "You're not safe in prison. The detective is coming for you. Use this jailer's disguise to escape. I assume your acting skills might come in handy. Use the old doorway to the boiler room, it's hidden in the shed. When you're free lay down for a while, then meet me at my place."
Lucy Gordon: Somebody helped him escape. Someone from the outside, who managed to get this package inside the prison. Someone with experience and the resources to pull off something like that.
Pola Chapelle: And the police? Are they doing anything to find him?
Pola Chapelle: Apparently that's not enough! First, they allowed him to escape, and now they can't find him. Are they incompetent or stalling the investigation on purpose?