Two trips around the world this month.
You didn't ask his secretary,
you said that just to irritate him.
How did you know? Did you see his watch?
The time was right, but the date was wrong.
Said two days ago.
Crossed the date line twice and he didn't alter it.
Within a month? How did you get that?
Only came out this February.
OK. So do you think we should sniff around here for a bit longer?
Got everything I need to know already, thanks.
That graffiti was a message.
Someone at the bank, working on the trading floors.
We find the intended recipient and...
They'll lead us to the person who sent it?
Well, there's 300 people up there, who was it meant for?
Pillars and the screens.
Very few places you could see that graffiti from.
That narrows the field considerably.
And, of course, the message was left
At 11 :34 last night. That tells us a lot.
Traders come to work at all hours.
Some trade with Hong Kong in the middle of the night.
That message was intended for somebody who came in at midnight.
Not many Van Coons in the phone book.
So what do we do now? Sit here and wait for him to come back?
Just moved in. What?
Floor above, new label.
Could have just replaced it.
No-one ever does that. Hello?
你好 我住你家楼下 我们应该还没见过面
Hi, um, I live in the flat just below you. I don't think we've met.
是啊 呃 我才刚搬进来没几天
No, well, er, I've just moved in.
Actually, I've just locked my keys in my flat.
Do you want me to buzz you in?
Yeah. And can we use your balcony?
Sherlock, are you OK?
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