Shantel Pan is wandering around anxiously in the hall. Go ask her what happened.
Shantel Pan: Eh, my bracelet is missing...
Shantel Pan: Hey, you. Can you come help me quick?
You: Me? What's wrong, Ms. Pan?
Shantel Pan: Aren't you attorneys naturally warmhearted? My bracelet has gone missing, so help me find it.
You: (Is that how you ask someone for help?)
Shantel Pan ignores your reaction and goes on talking.
Shantel Pan: That bracelet is very important to me, so I can't lose it.
You: Ms. Pan, if you want my help, the least you can do is tell me where the bracelet might be.
Shantel Pan: ...
Shantel Pan: It might be... where Elijah died.
Shantel Pan: Don't look at me like that, I didn't touch him. It's just...
Her tone comes off strong, but her hands are trembling slightly.
Anyone would be afraid of such an accident...
You: Ms. Pan, I'll help you look for it.
She looks a little relieved that you offered to help.
Shantel Pan: ...Thank you very much.
Shantel Pan: Oh, the jade bracelet is different from ordinary bracelets, with an apricot flower engraving. Don't get it mixed up.
You: Ms. Pan, rest assured, I will look for it.
Shantel Pan: Good. Thank you.
Shantel Pan: I'm not an unreasonable person. I'll pay you a fee for retrieving it.
You: It's okay, I don't need a fee.