"This case started with a death. Paul Litzer's late friend left him an inheritance but when the letter finally arrived, the goods had been long stolen."
Detective: Thanks. But frankly, you don't seem so happy. Is something bothering you?
Paul Litzer: My old friend passed away a year ago, and I didn't even receive the news until yesterday. Furthermore, she left me an inheritance - but it was stolen from the storage unit!
Detective: Somebody had a year to steal it. It won't be an easy investigation, but I'll do what I can.
Detective: Don't worry, I will cover all leads.
Detective: I have a feeling that the thief might actively try to hinder my investigation. I need to be vigilant.
- 10 footprints
- 4 fingerprints
- 3 photos
- 1 police badge
- Thief: 5 lockpicks
- 3 questions
- 3 maps
- 3 magnifiers
Detective: The storage room was cleaned and no clues survived, but witnesses remember a suspicious person loitering around the area.
Suspect identification: The Suspicious StrangerEdit
Detective: My only hope was to cross-reference known burglars with suspicious people seen in the area for the last few months.
Solution: Annie Reilly
Crime scene search:Edit
Detective: Ok, this should be easy. I just need to search her apartment and find some evidence. Maybe she kept some notes?
If you enter the room south of apartment 4:
Detective: Uh-oh! The door is locked. I need to find a way to open it, or look for another way into the apartment!
Universal key is located in Apartment 1
City search: A House CallEdit
The place where Reilly's accomplice lives is:
- more than 3 from factories
- not more than 1 from a shop
- not more than 1 from a café
- in the distance of 2 from railways
- On the map there are 4 shops
- On the map there are 2 cafés
Joshua Hill: I uhhh... don't know what...
Paul Litzer: Did you manage to find any of the stuff?
Detective: Most of it was gone. The police managed to locate just this old scrapbook. I'm sorry.
Paul Litzer: These are clippings from all my old articles! Now I can revisit the cases, tie the last loose ends... For me this is the most valuable thing from the whole inheritance!