# Can you figure out the culprit's name?

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Greg owned a flower shop. He was murdered in his home last year . There is a wound on his temple that came from a gun, however the police found no traces of evidence. The case was going to be ruled as a suicide until the police noticed the man's dying message. Near his body in blood was the numbers 10 15 14 and the word flower shop.
Knowing this can you figure out the culprit's name?

posted Jul 16, 2015

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10 = j
15 = o
14 = n
jon

answer Jul 17, 2015 by

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