The disappearance of Eric Morrow is a one-off investigation. It is one of only two investigations that produce two suspects that must be arrested separately.
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Day 59: Drug sales
Judith Morrow reported to the police that her husband Eric has disappeared. She had returned home early from a business trip, hoping to surprise him, but the house had been turned upside down, and Eric was nowhere to be found. No one at work has seen him for the past five days.
Clues and witnesses
Judith Morrow, wife: "We were late with the mortgage payment a couple weeks ago, but Eric got a big bonus and everything was settled. But my husband was very nervous about the money, worried that someone from work would try to rob us. They work with a lot of ex-convicts."
Ashton Morrow, brother: "Eric had serious money problems. Three weeks ago he asked to borrow some money, but I'm barely making ends meet myself. Eric began to cry and said that he'd have to deal with some bad people."
Royce Wheeler, a colleague: "A couple of weeks ago, Eric had an argument with his superiors. He was clearly not himself: trying to borrow money, and cursing up a storm."
Gabrielle Olivares, secretary at Eric's company: "I recently overheard one of Eric's telephone conversations, but I could only make out a few pieces: 'The next meeting with "the twins" will be my last... That'll be a nice night.' I thought he was talking about prostitutes again."
The contents of Eric's office trash can: A receipt from Eddie's Burgers, a brochure entitled "Multiply your Capital in 5 Easy Steps", a number of documents, an empty envelope stamped "Eviction Notice", and an advertisement from the sex industry.
- Eric Morrow: he's never had any problems with the law in the past.
- Luca Bergmann: well known in certain circles as a moneylender. He always gets his money back, by whatever means necessary.
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