[Perfect Aim] Would you know a killer if you saw one?

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Perfect Aim

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  www.crimescene.com | January 2021  

Hello, Officer Visitor

These teens showed the detectives the spot in the woods near Oxford where they saw someone with a connection to Frederick Miller. Shortly after they saw the person, Frederick be dead.

Is there any connection between Frederick's murder and what that person was doing in the woods?

The detectives expect to arrest someone — and make it stick — by the end of the week. Do you know whose perfect aim killed Frederick? And why?

Examine the evidence, and share your thoughts in the comments.

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