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Who were the murderers?

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A famous scientist was found dead in his lab.
The police had thought that there was no evidence except for a piece of paper, which is a clue.
The police called out 6 suspects:
Audrey, Oscar, Austin, Catherine, Marcus, and Phil.
A note is found in the chemist's body:

76, 6, 18
79, 16, 22, 7

Who were the killers?

posted Jun 5 by Afsana Akhter

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Oscar and Austin


Chemical elements is the clue-----> 76- Os, 6-C, 18- Ar, 79-Au, 16-S, 22-Ti, 7-N

answer Jun 5 by Hanifa Mammadov
I have corrected this, Hanifa, so write now 7-N.
Thanks I did as well
I grant your permission.
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Oscar and Austin

answer Jun 6 by Darpan Hazarika



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