"A bomb went off in the city claiming a life and Lucy Gordon thinks it's connected to the elections."
Detective: A gruesome case instead of a lunch. You either have a weird sense of entertainment... or a very good reason to drag me into this.
Lucy Gordon: Why not both? There was a bombing near a campaign office. We have one victim, yet to be identified.
Detective: That is gruesome. And you connect the bombing to the election?
Detective: It'll take a lot of time for the coroner to identify the body. We should talk with the witnesses. Maybe someone could identify the victim.
Lucy Gordon: Good thinking. Without knowing the victim, we won't be able to figure out the motive.
- 4 maps
- 2 photos
- Bomber: 7 magnifiers
Detective: That was close. Someone tried to literally blow our leads to smithereens!
Lucy Gordon: I think I can get something useful for a situation like this.
- 4 fingerprints
- 4 photos
- 3 fingerprints
- 2 maps
Detective: So we've got a dead candidate on our hands. Let's catch the murderer before the coroner confirms this and the press goes haywire.
Crime scene search: Big Bang TheoryEdit
Detective: This is where it happened, huh?
Lucy Gordon: Yeah. The body is on the left, in the alley. You can't miss it. My people combed the immediate surroundings but found nothing of value.
Detective: That's why I'm here, then.
If you examine the blanket in the alley:
In the outside, southwest of the shop, there's 1 candy on the bench
In the room east of the shop, there are $ 10 on the left desk
In the room south of storage, there's 1 paperclip on the switchboard.
In the campaign office, there's 1 candy on the stand, and 1 paperclip on the billboard
In the room south of alley, there's 1 paperclipon the switchboard, and another one in the pipe
In southeast storage, there's 1 candy in the grating.
Solution: the detonator on the desk in northeast storage.
Detective: Bingo. Looks like a detonator of some sort.
Lucy Gordon: Woah! I've heard about it in the police academy. It's a disaccharide detonator.
Detective: You mean it's made of sugar?
Lucy Gordon: Yeah. It's the trademark of a wanted terrorist. That's why cops call them the Sugarbomber.
Detective: We're up against a pro? That's just great.
Suspect identification: The Usual SuspectsEdit
Lucy Gordon: From what I heard, the Sugarbomber works for money, not ideology. So why did he interfere with the elections?
Detective: Someone hired him. Someone with enough underworld ties and money to get his attention, but who couldn't get the job done himself.
City search: Under Your NoseEdit
Pola Chapelle: Hello handsome! The coroner plans a press conference in an hour. Any early comments on the press? Is the bomber still on the loose?
Pola Chapelle: Hello my dear! The coroner plans a press conference in an hour. Any early comments on the press? Is the bomber still on the loose?
Pola Chapelle: Water under the bridge. So, what do you have for me?
Detective: I'm on a trail. Be at the press conference, I promise to solve the case by then.
Donald Decker is:
- exactly 4 from a port
- not more than 3 from a factory
- not on water
- more than 1 from labs
- more than 1 from railways
- more than 2 from clubs
- On the map there are 3 ports
- On the map there are 3 factories
- On the map there are 2 clubs
There are candies in (5,5)
Detective: How convenient. We don't even need to arrest you, because you're still behind bars.
Donald Decker: Laugh it up, gumshoe. I got what I wanted. That double-crossing wannabe mayor is pushing up daisies, and I can't get another life sentence, can I?
Donald Decker: You're joking, right? The Sugarbomber? There's no way they could get to me in prison, could they?
Detective: Not if you tell me where to find them. I'd love to add an infamous terrorist to my list.
Donald Decker: Yeah, right, I'm no snitch. If I rat them out, they'll get me for sure. You don't know what they're capable of. The Sugarbomber is a real psycho.
Lucy Gordon: A convict hiring a known terrorist from behind bars, to take revenge on a dirty city official. What a story. Luckily you had it all figured out before the press conference.
Detective: You have no idea, but the Sugarbomber is still on the loose. Think we'll cross paths again?
Lucy Gordon: I doubt that. They're a mercenary. Someone would need to pay big bucks to get their attention.
Detective: I'd love to lay my hands on them, but for the sake of the city, I hope you're right.