Valuable inheritance had been stolen, trail is already cold.

"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."


Paul Litzer: Hello, detective. I almost forgot to congratulate you on the Daisy case. Nice work.

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.


Joshua Hill: I'm the lawyer, Mr. Hill. Apparently the letter informing Mr. Litzer of the inheritance was sent to his old address. But I don't know when the keepsakes were stolen.

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

If you fail:

Detective: The lawyer was right. It been gone too long. I don't even know where to start.

If you win:

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.

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Solution: Annie Reilly

If you fail:

Detective: No luck. None of them look like the suspicious person seen in the area.

If you win:

Detective: A-ha. This is the woman. Annie Reilly. A notorious thief and fence. last place of residence, Apartment 4, 267 Washington Street. Let's go.

Crime scene search: Not so Safe Safe-HouseEdit

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!

If you get the universal key in apartment 1:

Detective: Great! This will come in handy!

Mysterious memorabilia crime scene search solution

If you fail:

Detective: No use. Maybe it wasn't Annie after all, and I'm on a wild goose chase.

If you win:

Detective: Let's see... an inventory list, prices and various dates. I assume Reilly was accounting all of her fencing. But why? There's a phone number here. I better check it out.

City search: A House CallEdit

Detective: Okay. It seems it's a house number from the northern part of the neighbourhood. That's where Reilly's accomplice lives.

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
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Solution: (2,8)

If you fail:

Detective: It must have been a phone booth or something. I can't find it.

If you win:

Detective: Like I suspected, Mr. Hill's house. He's in for a nasty surprise.

Joshua Hill: Detective? What are you doing here? I thought you found no evidence in my office.

Detective: You thought wrong. Does the name of Annie Reilly ring a bell?

Joshua Hill: I uhhh... don't know what...

Detective: Cut it, you had a scheme with Reilly. You made sure no-one received news of the inheritance, while she sold the goods. You better find a good lawyer, Hill.


If you fail:

Detective: I'm sorry, Mr. Litzer. I failed to find your inheritance.

Paul Litzer: Don't worry. I'm sure there was nothing of value. It's just sad. I missed her funral, and those were the last keepsakes connected to her, you know?

If you win:

Detective: The police arrested Hill. He was working with a fence to sell all the items. He made sure the inheritance letter never reached you.

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!

Another Case Solved
Chapter 1 Lost LambFleeing FelineImportant InformantPolice ProvisionsAngry AuntPrized PussycatDisplaced DocumentsMissing MeatpieComic CasualtiesValued VinylDisappearing Daughter
Chapter 2 Mysterious MemorabiliaHazardous HabitsGrumpy GrandpaDangerous DonutsPerky PromotionMinute MisdeedBrilliant BurglaryTough TenantsClerkly CalamitiesSweet SolitudeCostly CoverJelly JobTedious TestamentSoda SingerTerrifying TrespasserDisastrous DietTroublesome ThiefActing AtrociousComing CatastropheFuneral Face-off
Chapter 3 Looting the LadyPicky PublisherRustic RevenueMouth-watering MedicineHeadstrong HousewivesMuseum MenaceJittery JudgeSuspicious SyrupMarzipan MurderCurious CircumstancesAntagonistic AlliesImpertinent InfiltrationProhibitionist PerilBackstabbing BankerDisguised DepositOverwhelming OfficeSuitable ScapegoatMayor's ManuscriptBreaking the BankMysterious Mastermind
Chapter 4 Voting VendettaCandy CrackdownRestricted ResearchHeadline HuntersElectorial EspionageSuspicious StrikeGangplank GangBomber BaitAgent AcquisitionMurdering the MayorBombing the BallotSweet Sensation
Chapter 5 Problematic PastEnigmatic EscapeRough RetirementForgotten FugitiveWorrisome WeddingSurprising SynthesisLobbyists' LairMalicious MobsterCleaner's ConfessionInsidious InvestmentsCandy CampaignGuilty GovernmentEngaging Epilog
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