The air vent is tightly screwed shut.

The holes in the vent's grille aren't even wide enough to slip a syringe of decent size through, which eliminates the 'murder weapon was hidden in the air vent' hypothesis. The room's odor of vanilla is no stronger near the vent than anywhere else, which eliminates the 'gaseous vanilla-scented poison was dispersed into the room via the vent' hypothesis. And to open the grille, you'd have to unscrew it from this side, which eliminates the 'murderer was a venomous snake' hypothesis.

Investigate the stall area some more.
Investigate the rest of the crime scene.
Question Gumshoe.

  • Attorney's Badge. Code: at

It's nice to be wearing one again.

  • Abrasions. Code: ab

These red lines that suggest that a thin cord was wrapped around the struggling victim's neck.

  • Plastic card. Code: pl

A thick card that bears the insignia of a bird, possibly a heron, as well as Ash de Killer's fingerprints.

  • Phone records. Code: ph

Transcript of a call from a pay phone, requesting assassination of Diego Armando.

  • Broken visor. Code: br

The optovisor used by Armando. Bears Armando's fingerprints.

  • Camera footage. Code: ca

Shows back of a hooded figure entering the County Morgue at 12:14 AM.

  • Mirror. Code: mi

The bathroom mirror faced the sink and the victim.

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