Rooke: Caught on Camera
The footage of you at the murder scene has been automatically backed up to five different locations. This is the closest - get in there and wipe the data.
A prospective client, Selena Delgado, was shot and killed in her office.
Cameras caught me on my way up to see her, making me the prime suspect.
Selena's boss Melanie Rooke, knows I'm innocent and wants the real killer caught.
She's helping me wipe the offsite backups of the incriminating footage.
Melanie Rooke: On the top floor of this building there's a bank of servers with a computer nearby. If you can get to that, you can wipe the evidence that you were at the offices when Selena was killed.
- Richard Conway: How do I get in?
- Melanie Rooke: I've had one of our tech guys open the front door for you - their electrical systems are hackable from here, but for obvious reasons their servers aren't.
- Richard Conway: How do I wipe the data?
- Melanie Rooke: I've seen your record, this'll be well within your abilities. Once you're in, the scrubber script I'm sending you will auto-wipe everything with today's date ending in .mp4.
- Richard Conway: Got it.
Melanie Rooke: Good job.
- Richard Conway: Thanks.
- Richard Conway: Not particularly.
- Richard Conway: Walking through already open doors is my specialization.
Melanie Rooke: Our feeds are backed up at four more facilities - the others are slightly better guarded, but nothing too taxing. I'll give you the addresses in order of security since, frankly, I have no idea how good you are.
- Richard Conway: OK.
- Richard Conway: That's a slightly creepy level of micro-management, but OK.
- Richard Conway: Thanks for giving my personal crisis a difficulty curve.
- Melanie Rooke: Any time.
Melanie Rooke: You'll see a mission briefing for a job on Proudmore Drive - take it.
From: Julian Mayfield, Chief of Police
To: East Point Police Department (all)
Subject: Private security
I've heard grumbling lately from some officers about your private security arrangements. Since we merged with the city's largest security firm, the East Point Police Department now serves both roles.
You might not like working for a corporation, but your job is the same: protect and serve. With the endless budget cuts we've been through, the new funding from this merger is the only reason you even have halfway adequate equipment.