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Unformatted text preview: handwriting on it was recognized to be Ray Singh’s, a boy who had a crush on the missing girl. However, Ray Singh was proven to be innocent when the police were presented with a list of forty-five attendees who had seen Ray speak at a lecture on the day when Susie was missing. Stronger evidence was found on December 15, the pompom that once belong to Susie. The tested result showed that the item was covered with Susie’s saliva and it appeared that whoever accosted Susie used it during the crime. The evidences prove that the assumption made earlier was correct. “All evidences points to Susie Salmon’s death,’’ as detective Fenerman said painfully. Although the investigation is going into a dead end, the police promise that they will do their best to solve the case. Also, the investigating plan is going to change, as detective Fenerman said, “We will be working with this as a murder investigation from this point.”...
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2012 for the course ADMS ADMS 3330 taught by Professor Adms3330 during the Winter '10 term at York University.
- Winter '10