My house is a crime scene. Something criminal took place here earlier, and I am going to make sure I track down the guilty party.
That’s right. It was a crime against carpet. Whoever did it, found the one little bit of mud in our garden, danced around in it and then traipsed it back through the entire house.
I’ve narrowed it down to two suspects.
And suspect B.
I come from a long line of detectives. LET’S DO THIS.
Right, first things first, the footprints. Whose feet could be a likely match? Hmm. Tricky.
Let’s see who was in the garden shortly before the crime took place.
This is circumstantial evidence, and he could have an alibi (one of the fat pigeons). Let’s not jump to conclusions.
Finally, let’s look at their faces, and try and break them through interrogation. Who looks guilty?
It’s a tough one. We may never know.