No fingerprints and no DNA ever found, at least that we could use. Nothing but a few drops of whiskey,” Lucas added. “It’s why I asked if there was a way to know what was in the whiskey glass in the videos.”
“That was one piece of information never released to anyone other than those directly involved with the investigations.” Forge let go of Blair and leaned back in his chair, then poured another glass of beer. “It was one way of weeding out copycats. A common practice among police everywhere.”
“No respectable thief would be inebriated during a heist. They’d be a fool to try,” Declan said.
“Enough was missing out of each bottle to definitely give someone at least a buzz.” Forge tipped his glass at them. “Provided it was someone who could be affected by alcohol.”
“So, as we suspected back then, our someone is a vampire. Or at least the thief is. There were always several people involved it seemed. Like now. Some of them ended up dead. There were others besides security guards; there were building maintenance and other workers who died.”
“It looks like whoever this vampire is, they don’t keep accomplices long.” Blair snorted. “So much for honor among thieves.” He glanced at Declan and felt a stab of regret. Declan was a very honorable man. “Excluding you, of course. You’re not like that.”
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