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Can you tell who was the murderer?

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A man was found murdered on 15/8/2013 Thursday afternoon at 12.35pm in his house. His wife called police.

Police questioned everyone
Wife: I was sleeping.
Neighbors: We went for the marriage.
Driver: I went to Bank.
Cook: I went to Market.
Watch Man: I went to my relatives marriage.
Police arrested murderer immediately.

Can you tell who was the murderer?

posted May 7, 2014 by Chahat Sharma

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3 Solutions

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Driver, because 15-08 is a Bank Holiday.

solution May 9, 2014 by Shatark Bajpai
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Driver.
Its 15th August, national holiday

solution May 9, 2014 by anonymous
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The driver was the murderer. Because, 15/08/2013 was independence day and its holiday for all banks.

solution Jun 19, 2014 by Binu Mon



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