| Day 4: Homicide|
Day 59: Drug sales
An unidentified vehicle struck and killed the young banker John Pazzi, then fled the scene.
Clues and witnesses
Ross Murphy, victim's limo driver: "Mr. Pazzi sometimes liked to walk the city at night. I had just taken him out after a long business dinner. We pulled up to the park near the monument, and I didn't notice anything suspicious. Although there was a gray truck that didn't have any license plates. It followed us into the park from the restaurant, but then it turned off somewhere."
Mr. Pazzi died immediately on impact. A heavy vehicle struck him at high speed. The bruises on his body show traces of a grille, so you might be looking for a jeep or a truck. Soft tissue contained fragments of a windshield, so it appears that the blow was strong enough to throw his body into the air and through the windshield. The victim's clothes show traces of gray paint.
Ivan Blazikovsky, passer-by: "I run in the park at night. Tonight I heard the roar of a motorcycle, so I went to check it out. I figured it was bikers who like to race on the empty roads, but when I ran closer, I saw the road was empty. Then I saw the body, so I called the police."
Motorcycle tire tracks and shattered glass were found at the crime scene.
At a nearby intersection, a surveillance camera recorded a group of bikers, and behind them you can make out a gray jeep with a cracked windshield.
Henry Sand: mafia lieutenant of the Sand family.
Country Houses: Henry Sand is very dedicated to his family.
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