CSI-#2: "Raw Robbery", ver.2
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Case #2: "Raw Robbery"
There has been a robbery at the parking area(ground) of Grani mall. In robbery a man was killed who has been recognized as secret agent. The agent was doing his job and getting information about the boss of a big drug dealer gang and what they have done. Boss had a murder team which had killed many many people. The agent had gathered all information in one disc which is now gone.
Men who killed and took the disc were captured in front of Kauppalanportti but they didn’t have the disc with them. There are only two eyewitnesses and here is what they had to say:
Old man (in crime area).
“I heard shot when I was going to the shop. After that many people were screaming. Lot of screaming… I can still hear those voices. I went to parking area and saw a man lying on ground and he was bleeding or dead. Two men were doing something with dead man's car. They took a disc and went fast to their own car. Car was black van and it went to Kauppalantie. After that police arrived and here we are.”
Young woman(Kauppalantie, Tornikuja and Yhtiöntie crossing):
“I was going to home back from shop and suddenly there came black van like 130km/h! There were some boys playing and one ran across road after ball. Van turned around and slide to Yhtiötie when trying to go round boy but speed was too fast. Men in van climbed out from car and ran away along the left side of Kauppalantie, but there is no footpath at this side. I ran after those men but they disappeared in the curve. When I got nearer I saw that one man had his hand in a hole in the concrete about 1 m above ground. They were 290 m from the crossing where I first did observe them. Later I heard that police caught those men."
The men propably hid the disc in the hole. You have to find the disc!
The given coordinates will lead you to the crime site and the research will start from there!
 Sebz fgneg pbbeqvangrf fgenvtug gb FJ
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum