Nick finished explaining the robbery over the phone before turning to Megan and said, "They will be here in a few minutes to look over the place. They said to not touch anything until they test for fingerprints."
"What are we going to do Nick? I don't want to be you, I want to be me!"
"Let's hope the police can help find the burglar."
The police did show up about 5 minutes later and took statements from Nick and Megan, who said she was Peter Masters, Nick's brother. The police took prints as best they could. One officer asked about the female clothing, underwear and general items around the apartment. Nick said that was his girlfriend's stuff. The officers left a card to have her call when she got home, causing tears to appear in Megan's eyes. The same officer said they'd try their best, but made sure to point out that there was a possibility that they may not catch the criminal. The two policemen left, leaving the couple alone in their apartment. Nick silently got up and started to clean, with Megan joining a few moments later.
"Do you think there is more than one of those medallions? Maybe we can find something online, or on ebay or something."
"It's worth taking a look. Why don't you see what you can find while I finish up?"
Megan went to the computer and started getting to work. Google, Ebay, Amazon and Wikipedia did not have anything. All she could find was on sites that made it sound like a fictional item, until she stumbled on a professor's website for the University of Nevada Reno. Apparently, Dr Charles Whitman did a PhD on possibly magical items, one of which was the Medallion of Zulo. Recognizing the name of the Professor Emeritus, she read about him. Apparently he retired after he had some success on an expedition. There was an e-mail address.
"Nick! I found something! Come over here," exclaimed Megan, waving her hand and warm towards Nick. Nick walked quickly towards his girlfriend, now clone and read the website.
"Megan, let's send an e-mail and see what happens. Good find."
After the e-mail was sent, a message popped up on their phones from the twins that sat next to them at lunch.
"Ready for the movie! See you soon!"