-There is a letter sitting on Lusk's desk not unlike the other one, It reads-
-Riddick is at present doing is normal round for the evening paying a fair amount more attention to all that is going on the before mentioned corner as he is still sort of trying to work out what happened.-
::The Inspector gave a wry grin to the ex-soldier as he lit him up, recollecting how much he hated having his elders belittle him, but such was the way of things; humility and discipline were the basis of a strong character.::
"At any rate, you've done all you can for now. Any leads?"
::His eyes fixated on the ground as he spoke, as if recalling a terrible memory he would just as soon forget::
"The murders occured a little over a decade ago. We never found the man. Some say he fled to America. Others that he was chased to the English Channel by Inspector Holmes and jumped to his death. Whatever the case, he left at least five women dead and mutilated. The poor wenches..."
::Straightening his collar, he lifted his head to meet the eyes of the rookie officer:: "The reason I tell you all this is because Jack the Ripper was notorious for his letters. Letters just like the one I recieved this morning about a murder at the corner of West and Cherry."
"Entirely possible. If he had, the marina would be his only means of entry or escape, and he would frequent a boat there. Rupert, I know you've finished your shift at this point, but it seems this case has chosen us both. If you'll humor me, I need you to investigate the docks this morning before you turn in."
((OOC: This is the tie-in to his first meeting with Crow))
*he slowly climbs to his feet.* 'Why not.' *nodding to the inspector and slowly walking off* 'thanks for the cigar.'
((OOC: not a bad one at that. I guess i may have to make a post of him doing some sort of investigation of the docks then.))