Within the day, Phoenix's elite state police had arrived at the National Park, and once again, Li Du was interrogated.
The interrogation this time was more aggressive; the police asked him about his harvest from the National Park, as well as other more personal questions like how he had conducted his searches.
At the same time, the police told him that many hunters had viewed him as the biggest suspect for the incident. More than five of them had reported the matter with evidence proving that he'd used machines to search for gems.
Li Du was not bothered; he insisted that he had nothing to do with this.
The police had no evidence at all. He was well aware of this since the evidence was in his hands.
After dealing with the police, he poured himself a glass of water and was about to get some rest when another police car showed up.
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