The robbery of the St. John's Hospital pharmacy is a one-off investigation
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All the painkillers at the hospital pharmacy disappeared shortly after the building lost electricity. The pharmacy door shows no sign of forced entry.
Clues and witnesses
Simona Rodriguez, pharmacist: "I went for lunch at 1:00, and a couple of minutes later the lights went out. I shut the door behind me. I remember that I bumped into the janitor's cart that was standing in the hallway."
Colin Marcus, head physician: "I suspect the student Aaron Jones. He's come by the hospital several times in a state of confusion, with red, searching eyes, dragging his huge backpack behind him. But it never occurred to me that he might be an addict."
Aaron Jones, student: "I was in the bathroom when the lights went out. The only thing I saw is what you normally see while you're sitting on the toilet. Oh, and then a janitor came into the restroom with his cart. I heard him emptying the bin. Then the lights came on, and I went to the head physician's office for a signature. But he wasn't there."
Laslow Bodnar, janitor: "Yes, I have keys to the pharmacy, I wash the floors there, just like everywhere else. But I don't have access to the electrical panel. Only my superiors have those keys. And here's another mystery: what happened to my garbage bags? Someone took them out of my truck, and I can't find them anywhere."
The last frame before the film cuts out shows the janitor going down the corridor, his cart standing near the door to the hospital pharmacy. (Time code: 13:03)
Colin Marcus: hospital head physician.
- St. John's Hospital: Colin Marcus spends much of his time at work.
- Suburb: Colin Marcus lives in a luxurious house with a swimming pool.
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