Jack Calltrain: Two days after I left to visit my parents in the countryside, she called me, all shaken up. I couldn't get much out of her, but I know she was threatened by someone.
Detective: This sounds really bad. I'll take care of it.
Betty Mayday: I'm... I'm not feeling well. I can't sleep, I leave the lights on at night...
Detective: OK, just lock the door and wait for me. I'm sure I'll manage to find the culprit in no time.
- 5 magnifiers
- 4 fingerprints
- 3 photos
- 3 maps
- 1 police badge
- 3 questions
- 4 photos
Lucy Gordon: I've reported it at the station, but you know how it is - we're seriously understaffed. I can count on you to handle this, right?
Suspect identification: A Face To RememberEdit
City search: Once a Thug, Always a ThugEdit
Detective: Thugs like that usually attract atention in public places. Maybe someone has seen him.
The thug you are looking for is:
- in the distance of 1 from water
- not more than 2 from a hotel
- more than 3 from cafés
- not more than 1 from a shop
- On the map there are 2 cafés
- On the map there are 3 shops (not said in clues)
Detective: All right, I got him. He's in the fast food joint, loud and annoying as usual.
Crime scene search: A Harsh LessonEdit
Detective: Great, he is still hanging around the diner. I should get some info who is his next target. And then I'll teach him a lesson.
If you enter the room east of kitchen:
Detective: I think I heard weird noises coming from the bathroom...
If you enter the bathroom:
Martin Tucker: The toilet's occupied. Hey, I'f you're the waiter, fill my glass will ya? It's the table closest to the bathroom door!
Detective: Looks like the thug is in the toilet, but he won't be there forever. And now I know he's sitting close to the bathroom door...
Lucy Gordon: You won't believe what happened to me today! That thug tried to get into my apartment!
Detective: I probably should be worried... about the thug, right?
Lucy Gordon: Ha-ha! I bruised him a bit. He's in jail now. When he wakes up, I'm sure to ask him why he tried to break into my place.
Lucy Gordon: Ha-ha! You always had a soft heart for crooks. I bruised him a bit and threw him in jail. When he wakes up, I'm sure to ask him why he tried to break into my place.
Detective: You're not the only one who likes to take a risk from time to time!