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Tom noted the make and model of the burnt car, as well as getting the license plate number. “I’m going to dig up some information on who owned the car. Why don’t you stay out here and get some photos of the crowd, talk to some of the bystanders, and see what you can find out.”
“Right. I’ll get the basics on the other cars on the street too. Maybe they’ll help with the investigation.” Freddie went off to gather the information. Tom headed back into the office and made a cup of coffee.
Once he was seated at his computer Tom ran through the ritual he used for starting work. He closed his eyes and breathed in deeply, then let the breath out in a long slow breath. He stirred his coffee three times clockwise. Finally he took a sip of coffee and set the cup back down.
Tom logged into a site that held public records for everyone in the state. The fee was reasonable and it could usually get him any preliminary information he might need.
He entered in the license plate of the car, along with the make and model. Soon the screen displayed the name and home address of the owner of the car, one Clay Cassius Walter.
Further searches didn’t indicate any one else living at the same address. Tom then ran a search through the social media sites to see what else he could find about Mr. Walter.
Tom found a profile page under the