A mystery, unsolved
This prompt, SUSPECT, is an old one, linky closed – but I couldn’t resist writing six sentences with it . . .
There was plenty of evidence, all of it circumstantial though, we needed proof, what we really needed was a confession.
We corralled the suspects, four of them in total, and brought them one by one into the make-shift interrogation room; without the proper equipment, we were forced to handle things old school, no fancy forensics was going to blow the lid off that case for us.
They each pointed the finger at the others, feigned innocence and tears to gain our sympathies, it was hard not to believe their stories.
Looking into their eyes it was almost impossible to think any of them had done it, but facts don’t lie, it had to have been one of them and the guilty party couldn’t be allowed to get away…
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