| Day 4: Homicide|
Day 59: Drug sales
An antique Chinese necklace was stolen from Bao Liang while she was on the way to the pawn shop.
Clues and witnesses
Bao Liang, the victim: "Me and my husband got into a difficult financial situation, and I was going to pawn an antique necklace, which has been in my family for many centuries. As I was carrying the necklace to the pawn shop, someone ripped the bag from my shoulder and disappeared. I didn't have time to do anything – not even cry out."
Dwayne Fishman, witness: "The offender was on a motorcycle. He drove down the road, grabbed the bag and then escaped. I tried to race after him, but I didn't even have time to see if it was a man or a woman."
Anita J. Olivarez, witness: "I couldn't see his face, but he was dressed in a jacket, like those other bikers who hang around on the street corners."
Kathy Phillips, witness: "It was definitely not a local biker. They are bald and have beards, but this guy looked Asian. Probably Japanese or Chinese."
Thomas Patterson, witness: "I didn't see a weapon in his hands. I just saw him grab her bag and ride off."
Kuan-Yin Lin: chinese immigrant, recently expelled from the university.
Chinatown Dormitory: After being expelled from the University, Kuan-Yin Lin moved here.
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