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Good thinking. The newspaper clipping found in the drawers by Jules’ mirror mentioned a heist at the Arkler Museum on 428 Main Street. There was an Uber receipt in Jules’ email inbox for a journey she made to that address on the evening of the heist. She also had a promo leaflet for the diamond exhibit at the Ankler in her overnight bag, with the same red tape she used to stick the ransom note on Malcolm’s door. Jules was a renowned trapeze artist, a burglary, even one of that scale, was well within her capabilities. Having pulled off one of the crimes of the century, Jules wouldn’t dare go to the police.