Daring Thoughtless Thief Puzzle

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3 Responses

  1. manoj says:

    1. In high-school I was in the same class as suspect C. ——> let it be a False statement.
    2. Suspect B has no driving license.——>False
    3. The thief didn't know that it was the car of the chief of police. ——-> Daring thief đŸ˜‰ so it is a False statement.

    Suspect B:
    1. Suspect C is the guilty one.—–> True
    2. Suspect A is not guilty.—–> True
    3. I never sat behind the wheel of a car.—-> False

    Suspect C:
    1. I never met suspect A until today.—–>False because it doesn't mean that he was in the same class as A .
    2. Suspect B is innocent. —-> True
    3. Suspect D is the guilty one. —-> False
    Suspect D:
    1. Suspect C is innocent. —->False
    2. I didn't do it. —-> True
    3. Suspect A is the guilty one. —>False

  2. SHANTANU says:

    The set of contradictory statements in pairs:
    (A1,C1), i,e, 1st statement of A and 1st statement of C. They contradict each other and so 1 of them must be true.

    Out of these 4 pairs, exactly 1 combination taking 1 from each pair is TRUE.

    So rest all statements are false.

    So, C2 is false.( this is the only statement that can be used for detection)

    So, B is the Theif.

  3. Anonymous says:

    ya gud sol 2nd answer is correct