Robbery MYSTERY by ert554898

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									Robbery MYSTERY

    By 2nd Period
Step one: The story focuses on
    item that will be stolen.
Step One, part two.
          • These are examples
            of items that might be
            stolen.
Step two: The item is stolen by
           a thief.
           Step two, part two
• “Ha. I’m going to get
  away with the loot.”
   Step three: Someone else
discovers the item is missing or
            stolen.
Step three, part two
          • “Oh my gosh. My
            valuables are gone.
            How could this
            happen.”
   Step four: The person that
found the item missing or stolen
   calls in the main character.
           Step four, part two
• “A mystery. Sure I’ll
  be there. 4 o’ clock
  sharp.”
 Step five: MC goes on an
adventure to find missing or
        stolen item.
          Step five, part two




• Someone is going on an adventure!
Step six: MC follows trail of
    clues left by thief.
            Step six, part two
• “Look! A trail of clues. Let’s follow it…”
   Step seven: MC gets
stuck/”trail goes cold” for a
  while. Things look bad.
Step seven, part two
          • All looks lost. It must
            be the end. When all
            else fails, scratch
            your head.
Step eight: MC picks up the trail
 again because of a very well
         hidden clue.
         Step eight, part two
• “Oh look, I must have
  missed something.
  Silly me.”
Step nine: MC confronts the
   thief and brings on a
    suspenseful climax.
Step nine, part two
          • “Looks like you’ve
            come to the right
            place “buddy”. The
            last mistake you’ll
            ever make.”
Step ten: The thief that stole the
     item is caught by MC.
          Step ten, part two
• “Locked up! Not
  again. Darn”
  Step eleven: There is an
explanation for the crime and
      the thief’s error.
         Step eleven, part two




• “If only I hadn’t let my whole plan fly away in the
  wind…”
Step twelve: Item, if found, is
returned to rightful owner and
the thief that stole the item is
           punished.
        Step twelve, part two
• “My precious valuables. Thank you so much.”
  Meanwhile… “Behind bars again.”
         Sources, part one
1.   http://www.legaljuice.com/man%20in%20prison%20behi
     nd%20bars%20jail.jpg
2.   http://www.jewelryexpert.com/catalog/graphics/Pink-
     Opulence-Diamond-Ring-5.gif
3.   http://images.inmagine.com/168nwm/brandxpictures/x16
     4/bxp45285.jpg
     http://www.gottabemobile.com/blogimages/bailbond_2D
     handcuffs_small.jpg
4.   http://www.gottabemobile.com/blogimages/bailbond_2D
     handcuffs_small.jpg
5.   http://www.acm.vt.edu/~yousten/lewton/images/falcon.jp
     g
                 Sources, part two
7.    http://www.alamancelibraries.org/clues.gif
8.
      http://www.nzetc.org/etexts/Gov11_09Rail/Gov11_09Rail059a(h2
      80).jpg
9.    http://www.pub-lib.ci.arlington.tx.us/kids/images/detective.gif
10.   http://www.lib.uwo.ca/music/Mltutind/images/detective.gif
11.   http://images.inmagine.com/img/lushpixillus/unn342/u26742232.jp
      g
12.   http://bethesignal.org/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/quelle-
      surprise.jpg
13.   http://img168.imageshack.us/img168/1479/ashrwnj0.jpg

								
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