The detectives working on the Jo Yeates murder investigation have decided to call in the famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot to help them solve the mystery of the murdered architect, in their latest attempt to look like they are doing something useful.
One detective who has been working on the investigation since the beginning said “Poirot has been solving mysteries for decades and has 100% proven track record, that doubled with the fact that the time scale he works on means that if we can get this cleared up soon I will be able to save a fortune on police overtime budget, with all the cuts we are having that will be pretty useful too”.
When asked about this controversial move; employing the services of a private detective in a high profile murder case, The detective explained “me and the wife watched him over Christmas solving the orient express murder, actually it was the wife who gave me the idea by suggesting I adopt his ways of solving murder mysteries and I thought why not get the man himself instead? And why not, anyone who could solve such a confusing and complex murder like that one will be perfect to us”.
“This murder investigation is already following the lines of a classic text book murder, the inexplicable disappearance followed by the discovery of the body. I mean all the best detective stories have a least one person being arrested before the real killer is caught, don’t they?”
“We have makings of a really good investigation so far and with Hercule poirot on board I am confident it won’t be long before the real killer is brought to justice”.
Avon police to draft in Hercule Poirot in bid to solve murder inquiry.
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The detectives working on the Jo Yeates murder investigation have decided to call in the famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot to help them solve the mystery of the murdered architect, in their latest attempt to look like they are doing something useful.Posted 6 years ago #
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