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Detective Sho

by Alyssa | Score: 4600

Detective Sho sat at his desk staring at the file of the recent murder. He hasn't been able to figure out much after the last clue. He sighed and looked over to the computer on his right and started to type out another email to the family of the victim. He needed to finished this murder case to give them some closure. Although there were a few suspects, he can't figure out how to rule them out. He didn't want to have them end up in court with an uninformed judge because the police department was stumped. The silence in his office was starting to because suffocating, so he left and headed down to the break room. It was late at night so there weren't as many people at the station as there would be during the day. He started making himself a pot of coffee, and when he looked around the break room while waiting for it to finish, a plush toy dog caught his eye. He walked over to it and picked it up. He knew that some of the officers here have some children and would bring them to the station every once in a while, he would have to find the right owner, but for now, he left it there. The coffee pot beeped, signaling that it was done. He sipped his coffee and headed back to his office. He sat down at his desk and checked his emails, switching from his work email to his home email. He opened the top email saying that a package was delivered to his house. It was the package he had ordered for his daughters birthday in a few days. He smiled and went back to his work. Like stated before, he needed to figure out this case before it was too late.

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Event A murder needs to be solved
Letter Use the letter U
Words Reach 50 words
Prop Include a computer
Character An uncertain judge
Words Reach 100 words
Event Silence
Letter Use the letter K
Words Reach 200 words
Prop Include a plush dog
Letter Use the letter P
Prop Include a desk
Event A package is delivered
Words Reach 300 words

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