Official Amy shows up at the bank after it's been looted. She sees broken glass inside the bank. A man professing to be the supervisor, is on the scene. He holds what resemble broken lock and appears to be upset. He discloses to Amy that a man, around 6 feet tall and weighing just about 200 pounds, broke in and got away with the cash in a little earthy colored paper pack. This all happened the previous evening. Amy's associates previously captured not many speculates that coordinated the abnormal actual depiction of the looter and were held in the station throughout the evening. However, shockingly none of them is the looter. There are times when, regardless of how long the examination keeps going or how hard the agents work, the criminal can't be found. There are likewise situations where there is an absence of proof for the police to either locate a suspect or make a capture. Reasonable justification is the central point of contention in the capture cycle. Amy is searching for the last individual that shows up as suspect and matches the depiction. However, she can't build up reasonable justification by saying just something like, I just suspected that this individual was a criminal. She needs to discover firm proof to capture him.