Yeah, have a look.
"The intruder who can walk through walls."
It happened last night.
Journalist shot dead in his flat.
Doors locked, windows bolted from the inside.
Exactly the same as Van Coon.
天哪 你是说... 凶手又得手了
God! You think...? He's killed another one.
Brian Lukis, freelance journalist,
murdered in his flat.
Doors locked from the inside.
You've got to admit, it's similar.
Both men killed by someone who can walk through solid walls.
Inspector, do you seriously believe that Eddie Van Coon was
just another city suicide?
You have seen the ballistics report, I suppose?
And the shot that killed him. Was it fired from his own gun?
No. So this investigation might move
a bit quicker if you were to take my word as gospel.
I've just handed you a murder inquiry.
Five minutes in his flat.
Four floors up.
That's why they think they're safe.
门链搭上 门闩上 就认为固若金汤了
Put a chain across the door, bolt it shut, think they're impregnable.
They don't reckon for one second that there's another way in.
I don't understand. Dealing with a killer who can climb.
What are you doing? Clings to the walls like an insect.
That's how he got in.
He climbed up the side of the walls, ran along the roof,
dropped in through this skylight.
You're not serious?! Like Spider-Man?
He scaled six floors of a Docklands apartment building,
jumped the balcony and killed Van Coon. Oh, hold on(!)
That's how he got into the bank - ran along the window ledge onto the terrace.
I have to find out what connects these two men.
Date stamped on the book is the same day that he died.
So, the killer goes to the bank,
leaves a threatening cipher at the bank.
Van Coon panics, returns to his apartment, locks himself in.
Hours later, he dies.
The killer finds Lukis at the library, he writes the cipher
on the shelf where he knows it'll be seen.
Lukis goes home.
Late that night, he dies too.
Why did they die, Sherlock?
Only the cipher can tell us.
The world's run on codes and ciphers, John.
From the million-pound security system at the bank
to the PIN machine you took exception to.
Cryptography inhabits our every waking moment.
是 我知道 但是...
Yes, OK, but...
But it's all computer generated -
electronic codes, electronic ciphering methods.
This is different.
It's an ancient device.
Modern code-breaking methods won't unravel it.
Where are we headed? I need to ask some advice.
You heard me perfectly. I'm not saying it again.
You need advice? On painting.
Yes, I need to talk to an expert.
Part of a new exhibition.
Interesting. I call it...
Urban Bloodlust Frenzy.
I've got two minutes before a Community Support Officer
comes around that corner.
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