[Crime Scene] Only a few days left to enter the Whodunit Contest
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Over the last several days, Detective Armstrong and I have been executing those search warrants we just got. Just for fun, we showed up to search Carter Nichols' place at 7:00 Monday morning. He really enjoyed that.
In this update, you have the inventories from those searches, plus a summary of the preliminary forensic findings on evidence from the Kimberly Pace crime scene.
For Monday, we're using a combination of cajoling and gentle arm-twisting to try to get the lab folks to get us some early forensics on what we found in our searches. If that works out and those findings tell us what we're hoping they will, Monday's update might just also bring an arrest warrant for and an interview with the person who killed Kimberly Pace.
Have you told us whodunit?
Time is running out to enter the Whodunit Contest. If you think you know what happened to Kimberly Pace, tell us and you could win a prize like a Crime Scene forensic t-shirt or another item from our online store.
Just make sure you get your entry in before 11:59 PM Pacific Time this Saturday, November 19, 2011. Winners will be announced on Monday, November 21, 2011.
Rather not write a theory?
You can still participate in the Whodunit Contest by voting in our polls. Tell us who the killer is, what the murder weapon was, and more by casting your vote. If you get all of the poll answers correct, you could win a Crime Scene coffee mug. See the Whodunit Contest page for details.
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