On his way home from a field trip in the countryside of South Korea, Detective Peterovski takes some time to reflect on the evidence he has gathered on RPL for the EpCoP Case. The case is looking rather grim and it looks like the detective won’t be able to catch RPL and wrap up the investigation before his retirement on the 30th September 2011.
A homesick Detective Peterovki calls home to talk to his wife about the EpCoP Case and what he can do with himself once he’s retired. Detective Peterovski has a hunch, there’s always something to be investigated. Once you’ve closed a case, it doesn’t always remain closed. Sometimes another case will open.
With his retirement looming on the 30th September and criminal mastermind RPL still on the run, Detective Peterovski reflects on his learning experiences over the last 35 days of the EpCop Case and what he has to do to bring RPL to justice.