Alberto Zarzamora is an amateur nature photographer and frequent visitor to the garden. Just like many other evenings, he was taking a few early-summer shots of plants in the Garden.
Daniela Romero has to patrol the garden, offices, laboratories, herbarium and laboratory 5 times a day. She therefore has a skeleton key which opens all the locks at on the Garden’s premises. She was making her evening round outside the building when the crime took place.
Rita Robles manages the team of gardeners, and is responsible for planning, maintenance and biological pest control in the garden. The day of the crime, she was working the late shift in the garden.
DIRECTOR OF THE RJB
Roberto Carvallo is ultimately responsible for the research work done at the Garden, which he supervises personally. On the evening of the crime he was working alone in his office. There was nobody else in the building.
Alicia Pino is researching the evolutionary origins of the species Echinocactus. Specimens she collected on her last expedition are being attacked by the mealybug. That evening Alicia was in the research greenhouses collecting data.
CLEANER WORKING ON THE LATE SHIFT
Emilio Huertas is responsible for cleaning the offices and disinfecting the building. At the time of the crime he was emptying the rubbish bins and taking out the rubbish.
Click your mouse on each of the suspects and view a page with his or her description.
To access each of the games click on the clues shown on the drawing. There are seven different clues. If you cannot find all the clues you can open the Clues Screen by clicking on the magnifying glass at the bottom right of the screen.
Clicking on the notepad at the top left opens the count panel. In this screen you will see the suspects related to each of the games you've solved.
To return to the home page click on the arrow at the bottom left.