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flickr photo credits: (1) bionicteaching (2) Rachel Smith (3) hummingcrow (4) Serenae (5) Mitt Nathwani

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"Attention, attention. The National HIstory Museum has been broken into by a gang of unruly and stealthly robbers. An antique gold bar has been stolen and it worth about $1000000 USD. A few more priceless treasures have been stolen too. No information could be given as the robbers were too hard to catch." The daily news reported on the television. I was dozing in my cosy nap when I heard the shocking news. My mind shot alert and instantly, I jumped. I almost banged my head against the table right in front of me. Fortunately, I was quick enough to stop myself from doing something silly. Quickly, I made myself a cup of hot coffee to make myself awake. I sighed heavily while pouring the coffee powder into my favourite mug. No sooner, the police needs my help.

I am detective and have cracked many cases, be it unusual or not. With my sharp eyes and quick brain, no robber could ever deceive me with any disguise, false routes, even the tiniest clue swept away. In any moment, the police is going to request me for my help to catch the robbers. That case is hard, extremely hard. Maybe too hard for my clever brain to crack. In one of these days, I'm pretty sure my skull will break. Never mind of my never ending nonsense, I see how it is going to be like, breaking the code of one of the toughest robbery in the world. "Ring... Ring..." Hell is coming soon, for me anyway.

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