Crime Scene – More reports

Yasmin

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Charlie

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Max

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Harmony

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Alana

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One Response to Crime Scene – More reports

  1. Lucy Edgar says:

    It looks very much as if Mr Burford has been framed by someone with a grudge-he’s too clever to implicate himself by leaving a banana skin on the scene.Mrs Moore seems very keen to point the finger of blame and was seen at the scene soon after the murder-what possible grudges might she have and why would she want to frame Mr Burford?

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