| Day 4: Homicide|
Day 59: Drug sales
The decapitated body of Boghos Sahak was found in the window of his souvenir shop.
Clues and witnesses
Sarah Sahak, the victim's wife: In recent years we've struggled to keep the store open. The location isn't very good. There's not a lot of foot traffic, so not many casual shoppers – we depend a lot on our regulars. The summer is always a loss, but we make up for it during the holiday season – and we always have the best Halloween costumes in town. Boghos loved that holiday.
An hour before the estimated time of Mr. Sahak's death, the camera across the street caught only a few people: two twin girls, a tall man in a gray coat, and a bearded homeless man searching through garbage cans.
The medical examiner
Mr. Sahak died from a gunshot to the chest. The beheading was all post mortem. The head was cut off slowly and with some difficulty. The whole shop floor was covered with blood, and his neck was a bloody mess.
Fraser Rorie: Former electrician at the Scottish Theatre. He's been out of work since the theatre closed.
Suburb: Fraser Rorie lives in a house he inherited from his grandfather.
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