"This case had musical undertones. Miss Mayday wanted me to find the person who bought the last copy of a particular long play, so she could buy it back."
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Detective: And you want me to buy it back?
Betty Mayday: Just find the buyer, and I'll make a very generous offer.
Detective: I'll need to know something more about the vinyl and the jazz scene. Let's hit some music stores.
- 10 questions
- 3 photos
- 3 fingerprints
- 3 maps
- 3 photos
Detective: This jazz thing is getting to my soul. And I know how to find the buyer.
Crime scene search: Shopping for AnswersEdit
Detective: Rare Vinyls can be quite expensive, so the buyer probably paid with a check.
Detective: The check has a number for a phone booth written on it. That's something worth... checking out. Hah!
City search: A Close CallEdit
Detective: The whole check is stained with something dark. Grease, coffee? Maybe that's a clue.
The phone booth is:
- more than 2 from factories
- exactly 4 from a library
- more than 2 from churches
Detective: Hmmm, a telephone booth right next to a cafe. Maybe I should go inside?
Suspect identification: Jazz and CoffeeEdit
Detective: Excuse me, do you know a particular client? One that's a fan of jazz?
Adam Smith: I think some of our patrons like that music. Let's see...
Detective: Excuse me, sir. My client hired me to find the vinyl you bought yesterday. She wants to buy it back.
Detective: I get it man. I'll tell her to come here, and you think of something romantic.
Detective: Say no more. Book a table for two, and I'll tell Betty to come here.
Betty Mayday: He gave me the vinyl! He is such a gentleman! I think you had something to do with this, didn't you?
Detective: A detective never shares his secrets, miss.
Detective: You know that a lady never shares her secrets.