There are five houses in a neighborhood.
In one of the houses lives a killer, in another lived the unfortunate victim.
Other than the victim, each person had a motif for the murder.
Each person collected a particular type of weapon
Each person leaves the house at a different time of day
Each person uses a different form of transportation
Each person has a different secret
Find the victim and the killer
- The Kleptomaniac lives next door to the adulterer
- The person who leaves home at 5 am collects knives
- The Gambler has a financial motif
- A member of a hate group lives in the first house
- The person living to the right of the hate group member has a truck
- The victims did not live next to the killer
- The person who collected poisonous plants has a van
- The person in the center house did not kill the victim
- The person who left at 2 pm lived to the right of the person who left at 10 am
- The person in the last house left at 7 pm
- The handgun collector lives to the right of the ax collector
- The victims next door neighbors had the motives of unrequited love and revenge
- The killer has a car
- The person who collects poisonous plants has a neighbor who collects rifles
- The pedophile takes the bus
- The person whose motif is revenge has a bicycle
- The person in the last house had a motif of fear of discovery
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