The crime scene.

The men's bathroom is refreshingly clean and odor-free, save for a lingering scent of vanilla. Perhaps it's because it hasn't been used since last night, when the body was found, or perhaps it's just unusually tidy housekeeping. In any case, the speakers in the walls play gentle strains of classical music, the little baskets of soap are all freshly stocked, and the sink basins are polished to sparkling - even the one where Diego Armando was found slumped over.

There's no blood anywhere, and the tile floor is free of any unusual scuff marks that might suggest a struggle. Although entering the room requires one to walk around a little partition, presumably so that the users of the urinals would remain hidden even with the bathroom door open, the mirror above the sinks gives a pretty good view of the whole room.

Gumshoe stands at ready, prepared to answer your questions to the best of his limited ability.

Question Gumshoe.
Investigate the sink area.
Investigate the toilet stall area.
Investigate the door and partition.
Leave the crime scene.

  • 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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