Morning everyone and welcome to another Super Slueth challenge where one answer is correct and two are fiction. You choose which answer you think is right and whoever has the most right guesses at the end of the month wins a book!
So let’s play!
In Lakeland a string of burglaries occured with as much as $90,000 stolen, not to mention a disaster left in the wake. But how did the police prove he committed all the crimes?
A. The thief wore a GPS monitor that he’d stolen and it proved he’d been at each scene at the time of the burglaries.
B. He left a “calling card” by tagging the walls with red paint and leaving his initials.
C. The man used the bathroom in each home and left his fingerprints behind when turning off the sink after washing his hands.
Which do you think is the real answer? Have fun!
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