cub is on the run while on self discovery journey
The cops searched the house as it poured outside. The wife was in the kitchen and husband in the tv room. The officer in the kitchen stare l turned away from the cold blank eyes facing upwards. |
He nearly puked, up but thankfully, it was only dry heave. The kid had to be here somewhere, the officer and the rest of cops who came, including the two detectives, were aware that this couple took in a kid recently; that’s what the neighbours told the detectives.
What a scene, the officer shook his head. This was weird. “Where would the kid be?” The distant chattering of his fellow of officers as they were coming back from the search.
The female detective’s eyebrows were raised. “Where’s that kid?” She stared at the kitchen opened door, and rest of the police out in the storm by the scattered mauled bodies.
She shook her head at the only living witness to this crime.
The second detective walked up to his partner. “So?”
The very tone of that single word told anyone who was listening what he ameant.
“What are we going to do now that we can’t find the kid, who is the only living person left in this massacre?”
The female detective walked to the kitchen back door as her partner followed her. She stared again at attackers that were mauled by something large. She looked closer from where she was and noticed most of the bodies were home invaders, but the body of the maid was different. She was shot. Now this case was weird.
She looked at her partner and sighed. “We look for clues where he might of have gone.” Then that cop finally threw up.
Everyone gave him the a pitiful look. The detectives left the poor excuse of officer and went outside.
The coroner arrived, sighed at the difficult job ahead.. “Why rain? It is going to be a long night.”
With another heavy sigh, he and his assistants dived deep into persevering and collecting evidence.
“So I understand the maid and the couple, but invaders…strange,” the male detective, his partner said.
“Well, if you ask me—”
She was interrupted by a distance howl at which both turned and swore
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