The murder of Elvis Calvo is an investigation. Despite the suggested connection to an unnamed mafia, the suspect does not appear to be a member in any gang, making this investigation a one-off.
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Day 59: Drug sales
The secretary of prominent businessman Elvis Calvo reports that unknown persons broke into her boss's office and threw him out the window.
Clues and witnesses
Michael Hall, guard: "I saw a black sedan pull up to the building, and two men, one in a raincoat, got out. They passed me without saying anything."
Irene Bronk, secretary: "I heard the elevator, and I turned and saw two scary men. I didn't see any weapons, but they made it clear they'd kill me if I got in their way."
Josh Fitter, Chief Financial Officer: "It could have been a robbery. Elvis had a safe in his office. Don't know what he kept inside it…"
Steven Gaines, a cleaner: "Yes, I saw a couple of idiots, but I don't remember what time that was. I actually learned about the incident only later."
Charla Calvo, the victim's wife: "Elvis had his share of problems, but he preferred not to talk about them. But I knew there were some people trying to take away his business, and he was offering them a bribe."
Timothy Foster: unemployed, but according to unconfirmed reports, he's a cleaner for the mafia.
- Suburb: A reliable informant reports that Timothy was living here recently.
- King Lewis Night Club: Timothy previously worked as a bouncer at the club. It's unknown whether he can be found there now.
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