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Mystery - Something that is unknown, Detective - An investigator looking for and gathering clues, Evidence - A fact or object that gives information toward solving the crime, Suspect - Person who has motive to have committed a crime, Crime - An action that breaks the law, Motive - Reason that a person does something (anger, hatred, greed, etc), Theory - An idea that is presented as possibly true, Witness - Person who has knowledge about a crime, Alibi - An excuse that an accused person uses to show that he or she was not at the scene of the crime. , Breakthrough - A discovery that helps solve the crime. , Red Herring - A false clue that throws the investigation off track, Deduction - Drawing a conclusion (answer to the mystery), Hunch - A guess or a feeling not based on facts., Foreshadowing - Unclear hints or what will happen next, clue - A fact or object that gives information toward solving the crime.,
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