To: Sgt. Eric Renfield, Sgt. Adam Dalton
From: Kelly Xiong (Office of Crime Scene Investigation)
Subject: Krast Case
We were doing some follow-up work at Cullen Krast's apartment, and we found some evidence that I thought you should know immediately.
We were dusting for prints when one of the guys noticed a smudge on the wall. He dusted it and found an entire, very clear, handprint. Not far from that, we found an entire, again very clear, footprint. It is not a shoe track. It is the print of a bare foot. Mind that this is still on the wall. As we continued dusting the wall, we found more and more of them, both right and left hands and feet.
At this point, we have dusted the entire bedroom from floor to ceiling and we appear to have a trajectory, although we cannot explain it. The prints start at the door to the bedroom (we have yet to find any in the hall leading to the bedroom). From the door, they go up the right hand wall diagonally to the upper right corner (I am not making this up). From there, they move diagonally across the ceiling toward the center of the room. They stop directly above where Krast's body was situated. I'm having Chelsea work up a 3D diagram for you.
Unfortunately, there is more. Of course, we all wanted to know whose prints these are, and I'm sure that you do too. The results came back, but I did not believe them. I've run them through the system six times now, and the results have been the same every time. They are, indisputably, Lucy Ludarac's prints.
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