“How do I know this person” I said to myself. As I pondered past I stopped but just for a quick second so they wouldn’t notice. He was dressed all in black and was looking at the ground. As I walked back to my apartment I could not stop thinking about the man in the alley. I had to know him from somewhere but where. I thought for a moment but still couldn’t put my finger on it. It was like their was a itch in that wouldn’t go away. I pondered for a while just flopped on my bed. Maybe I had seen him at work or on a case I was a police officer it was possible.
I practically flew out of bed and leaped over every single stair my car I had realized who he is he was the perpetrator who was wanted for robbing a bank last week. I have seen his poster every where on lamp posts in shop windows I had even seen him at work my boss shoved it in my face just this morning. I had to find him
I jumped through my car window and crashed down in the seat. I hit the gas peddle and skidded out of my driveway at first I wanted to go to the station but i knew where that back street led right to the airport by the time I got to the police station the bank robber could be on his way to china. Then we’d never find him so I put on my siren and went lone wolf to catch a master criminal when I got to the airport there were people everywhere it would be impossible to find him.There is nothing I can do. Then all the sudden I saw the purp run right by I scurried out almost forgetting to close the door behind me. Al soon as he caught a glimpse of me he took off in an anything but elegant bound forward. He stumbled and his hat fluttered through the air maneuvering its way through the air and barely sweeping my face. Then I came to a screeching halt I was out of breath about to fall over in a short shriek I bellowed “stop that man” all the people in the airport linked arms and chained together. Then his escape was cut short he was now trapped.
By then the security guards had a firm grasp on the situation everyone went back to what they were doing. And I got to be the proud officer to march the criminal to where he rightfully belongs.