Case of the Stolen Keys to Tron: Legacy by TGV

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Alert!!! Alert!!! Calling all detective wannabes to help solve this urgent case! The keys to safe containing Tron: Legacy have gone missing. So far, below are the details collected:

Date & Time of Theft: 16 Nov 2010 @ 1930hours
Location: Projectionist’s Room @ TGV Cinemas

Just a month before the movie TRON: Legacy is due to premiere, the keys to the safe containing the show reels have been stolen from the projectionist’s room at TGV Cinemas.

Mark, the projectionist on duty the night of the theft had left the keys inside the miniature drawer rack before leaving to answer an urgent call of nature. When he returned minutes later, his work desk had been tampered with and the keys were no longer in the drawer. It was clearly a case of theft because the CCTV camera was broken and important evidence were found at the crime scene.

Case has so far been concluded as an inside job.

Key Evidence found at crime scene:
The fluffy keychain holding the stolen keys, left behind in the drawer. No fingerprints found.
A few strands of golden hair on the carpet

Will you be able to solve it? I think I’ll try my best since I’m a big fan of Sherlock Holmes and oh, not to forget Seri Salma novels that I read during secondary school are gonna help too! Maybe you will think “Why should I help?”. My answer would be “Because TGV is offering A Private Screening Hall for any movie + a Panasonic 50” 3DTV + 3D Blu-ray Player and more as a reward!”. And plus, you wouldn’t want to miss the chance to become a hero right? Those who have waited so long for this movie to screen (including me) is gonna feel so thankful to the “hero”!

Oh btw, the clues are released bit by bit so you would wanna stay tuned to

Below is the trailer of Tron… I know you’ll wanna watch the movie (and find it back!) after watching this trailer =)


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