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Xiao Teng nodded noncommittally. "Yes, that's it. But the door was not broken, which means that we cannot rule out an acquaintance in this case." I rubbed my temple and felt that it would take much more patience to solve the case. We had found no entry points dependent on the existing messages and materials. We could only find new clues. The problem was that three days had pa.s.sed since Qiu Nan was killed. During this period, the crime scene must have been destroyed. We came to the community where Qiu Nan lived, which was about an hour's drive from the city center. The community was old, and after showing our certificates, we drove into it. During the period, Chu Haoran never said anything. I felt strange about it at first, but I ignored him when I began thinking. This was a high-rise community with no elevators on the top seven floors. Qiu Nan lived on the fourth floor. All the way to her house, we found that the environment in the community was relatively poor, and some walls were mottled. There were also countless small advertising stickers in the corridor, which showed that the security doors at the entrance of the units were useless. After opening the door, we entered Qiu Nan's house. The house was about eighty- to ninety-square meters, and its European style was quite good. The house was clean and tidy. She had been killed on the floor of the living room, and solid bloodstains still glared in the sun. "According to the autopsy results, Qiu Nan's death time was about eight o'clock in the evening. She was lying face up on the floor, and she was lying in a pool of blood. The fatal wound was on her chest. After death, her whole body had been carved by a knife. This was definitely out of a kind of hatefulness, and the murderer must have wanted to vent his resentment by doing this, obviously getting pleasure from the deed. The murderer was likely to be psychologically abnormal, but he also had a strong psychological quality," I imagined aloud. Nevertheless, Chu Haoran, who just kept silent, suddenly said, "Why did the deceased smile when she died? Under normal circ.u.mstances, she would not smile under such great pain. She would at least have fear, and her expression should be worried." I looked up at him and thought that his previous mood was strange. I thought about what he said and then nodded. "The forensic doctor dissected Qiu Nan's body and found that she had not taken the drug before death," I said, "which made things even much stranger. Moreover, the door was not forced open, which showed that Qiu Nan and the murderer were acquaintances. I think we should continue to investigate Qiu Nan's interpersonal relationships to find the suspects. We should visit her neighbors and security guards and ask if they had seen any suspicious people that night." When we were talking about it, Xiao Teng's scream suddenly came out of the bedroom. I was scared and I quickly ran over to him. I found Xiao Teng stood by the bed and was pointing to the wall. Looking in the direction of his fingers, I froze at once. About one meter above the floor, there was a piece of wood with some offerings on it. I saw a beautiful statue of a woman there. What surprised me was that the woman had nine tails! Was it the so-called fox fairy? I had to say that it was very delicate and pretty. "Zhuxuan, this should be the fox fairy mentioned in the information," Xiao Teng said as he stepped back a few steps. Looking at him, I felt helpless. "It just has a psychological effect. Are you stupid? Apparently, Qiu Nan was killed by a human being. Do you still think that there is a fox murderer?" After hearing my words, Xiao Teng's expression eased into a frown. "How do you explain the strange smile on Qiu Nan's face? Normal people would be panicked when they were killed. How could they ever laugh?" "If you talk nonsense again, I will put this fox fairy in your home. Go find clues!" Chu Haoran warned Xiao Teng, and then Chu Haoran turned and checked around. Xiao Teng became silent immediately, and he did not dare to speak again. He didn't want to have a fox fairy in his house, or he would definitely lose his sleep. . . The three of us were squatting around, and I inadvertently found a small cabinet under the fox fairy. I slowly opened it, and it was more disorganized than I thought it would be. According to the cleanliness and neatness of the house, it should not be like this. There were only a few tributes in it. I looked at the bedside table nearby, and after opening it, I couldn't help but frown; it was also messy here. It seemed like it had been tidy previously, but the things inside it had been turned over by somebody. There were several books in it, as well as some small items, such as pens and nail clippers. Some thoughts suddenly flashed through my mind, so I checked the other drawers. Most of them were neat, and only the bedside table and the small cabinet under the table were relatively messy. Was Qiu Nan looking for something before her death? Or did the murderer want to find something by killing people? I quickly put forward my thoughts, and I felt it was necessary to make sure what was missing in this house. After knowing about my discovery, Chu Haoran and Xiao Teng looked at the drawer at the same time. Soon, they nodded and decided that my thoughts were correct. It seemed that we needed to see Su Dahai because only he knew the specific situation inside the house. After checking the rooms in the house, I began to visit the neighbors around the house, Xiao Teng went to ask the guard, and Chu Haoran went to the home of Su Dahai. In the course of the investigation, Chu Haoran talked with Su Dahai's wife; after all, they were the current suspects. The neighbor next door was a middle-aged couple whose child was in the university in another city. The missus' surname was Zhao, and since her husband had gone out to work, only she was at home. "Aunt Zhao, can you talk about the usual circ.u.mstances for Qiu Nan?" Because she was the first to discover that Qiu Nan had been killed, she was seriously scared. I tried asking her in a soft tone. Aunt Zhao gave me a gla.s.s of water, and then she slowly nodded. "I don't see the girl except several times a week. She often keeps herself in the house. It seems that she always shops online. Now young people can buy everything online," she added. "I accidentally heard some sounds coming from inside the house, and I have seen someone coming in and out of her house several times. It was a fat, middle-aged man, and he looked very kind. Who could expect that this kind of thing would ever happen?" I sighed and said that I was also very sorry. Then I asked her to look at the photo of Su Dahai. And then I was told that it was he who had entered and exited Qiu Nan's house. She had never seen other people, except the courier. I wrote "courier" in my notebook. "Did you hear strange noises on the night that Qiu Nan was killed? Or any other abnormal situations?" After Zhao took a deep breath, she shook her head subconsciously and said, "Nothing! It was just the same as usual. Her house has always been quiet. My husband and I like to watch TV or chat at night, so I didn't pay attention to any sounds that night." After I talked to her for half an hour, I found a clue. The courier! It was not only because Zhao had mentioned the information. According to Qiu Nan's online record, we also found that most of her shopping was done online. That was to say, in addition to Su Dahai, the only other person who had ever entered Qiu Nan's house the most was the courier. It seemed that we needed to follow this clue to investigate the courier.