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Downtown Bellingstone
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Carrie drove to downtown Bellingstone right after her meeting with the sheriff. She was forced to search for a parking space down the street from Felix's Diner, since almost every spot close to it had been taken. As she searched, she spotted Albrecht Wolff sitting across the street from the diner alone on a bench. What luck. she thought. Her number one suspect just sitting there waiting for her so it seemed. But it wasn't really all that lucky. In a little town like Belllingstone it wasn't that unusual to run into people, including people like the mayor, or in this case the mayoral candidate.

She drove on and found a place to park at the end of the street and walked towards where she saw Al. Watching him unawares, she observed him from a distance. He was looking contemplatively at the diner, a hidden battle going on inside his mind. Even appearing a bit anxious with his expressive brows furrowed upwards. Other than the nervous expression at the moment, he appeared as the Albrecht she knew from her youth. He was tall even sitting down, athletically built, and dressed sharply (though with more expensive clothing she noted, business must have been well in Pittsburgh). His harmless face and charisma made him approachable but belied his truly dominant nature. In his youth he had been a bully, something she witnessed first hand as Axel's childhood playmate. If she was ever at the Wolff house, he was bound to appear seemingly out of nowhere to either shove Axel into a wall as he went by or jump scare them both. She had hated him, not for being a jerk as she expected of most teenage boys, but for being as mean as he was to Axel. She didn't have any siblings but his aggressiveness always seemed excessive to her.

However she had no idea the person he had become in the last few years of his absence. She would have to reserve judgement, even though she was looking at him for murder. She had to both utilize their history and not let it cloud her analysis simultaneously, which was going to be one of the hardest things overall to do in this investigation. She honestly didn't know Albrecht Wolff anymore, but she did know a few facts she had researched beforehand. Interestingly they had followed a similar trajectory, both running off to college, studying similar fields (she criminal justice, him law - he was working as a lawyer now), and moving to the city (Pittsburgh coincidentally like her), only to end up right back where they started. She was curious to hear what reasons he would give for returning and why he was sitting outside his family's restaurant like a stranger in the cold.

She finally reached him.

"So are you going in or not?" she asked him from behind the bench, moving around to stand beside him. She shoved both her hands in her barn coat pockets casually. ".... You look nervous, I can't say I've ever seen you look that way before, Al." She smiled as their eyes met, not in a mocking way but in a light teasing manner, even a little sympathetic. "Do you mind if I sit down?"