The rain lashed against the windscreen, dribbling down in vein-like tributaries, collecting on the bottom lip. The ferocity of the downpour defied the capacity of the windscreen wipers to make any real improvement to the night's visibility. Instead, everything in front of the car was a muddy swirl, sliced by two prongs of light radiating from the headlights. The siren blare mixed with the beating of rain.
"About here," Nick said, slowing the car to a juddering halt, lengthways in the middle of the entrance to an open car park.
"You sure, partner?" the rabbit sitting next to him grinned.
"Absolutely. I'm a promising junior detective, remember? Your words, not mine."
"Well you clearly took them to heart," she said, bending down to retrieve her notepad. "Targo Djudak. He's a puma."
"Yeah, wanted for five robberies. I read too, Judy. I have a good brain that comes with this handsome mug," Nick nodded, checking his gun, counting the bullets carefully a