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They nodded at the gorgeous, but bruised blonde, and looked over at Bette who had still not stopped staring at them.
“Well…that was fun,” Tina commented, “but I have to get back to work.”
“Yeah, I need for you to look over this file,” Will nodded towards Tina.
“Follow me…” Tina said as she let go of Bette’s hand and started to walk towards the office with Will on her tail.
“What file?” Benny asked, still confused.
Chapter 12: October 29, 2009- Thursday
Sitting down in the chair across from Tina, he looked down at the note she gave him. “Expect a message…what the hell is that supposed to mean?”
“I don’t know,” Tina answered, logging back into her computer. “I thought the bloody heart, cell phone, and note from last night was enough.”
“You have the phone with you?”
“The one he gave me?” Tina questioned.
“Yeah,” Will nodded. “Maybe that’s where the message is going to be.”
Tina took the phone out of her pocket and looked at the screen, “nothing…”
“What kind of car was he driving?”
“Four door, silver Honda Civic… I gave Ivy the license plate and it came up as stolen 3 days ago.”
“So, we can’t actually trace it and have it lead to something solid…” Will muttered. “I can have a couple of people go out and interview the person’s who car was stolen-see if they’ve seen anything.”
“Highly doubtful… just our luck,” Tina whispered as she began to type up her report again. “You get anything?”
Will shook his head at the blonde as he took out his phone. “Nada.”
“I’m gonna call Delia…see if she got anything.” Tina said as she got out her work phone. Pressing one, she waited patiently.
“Hey,” Delia said as she was munching on some grapes.
“Did you receive anything since last night?” Tina questioned as she watched Will lean back in his seat and covered his eyes.
“Uhh… not that I’m aware of. Why? What happened?”
“I was on my way to meet AJ and I noticed a car was following me. I tricked him and was able to sneak out of my car and hide. Whoever it was left a note saying to expect a message.”