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A thief must have broken into the house. The house is broken. There is a piece of cloth of a blue shirt on the table. On the floor, there are many footprints. Encyclopedia is looking for evidences with a magnifier. Who do you think is the thief among the three suspects? I think the thief is Emily because she was carrying many folds in hands last night. I also saw a bandage on her hand. I think the thief is Tom because he was carrying a bundle of keys. I think the thief is Robin because he was running away with a bag on his shoulder. I also found his footprints on the floor, which were similar to those of the thief.

(Would you check the passage and correct errors, please? Thank you.)

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    A thief must have broken into the house. The front door is broken, and there is a piece of cloth from a blue shirt on the table. On the floor, there are many footprints. Encyclopedia is looking for evidences with a magnifier. Who do you think is the thief among the three suspects? I think the thief could be Emily because she was carrying many folds in hands last night. I also saw a bandage on her hand. I think the thief could be Tom because he was carrying a bunch of keys. I think the thief could be Robin because he was running away with a bag thrown over his shoulder. I also found his footprints on the floor, which were similar to those of the thief.

    I've made corrections above, so compare your post with mine very carefully. Also, the underlined words don't make sense or seem to fit in.

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