## Logic Problem – test your logic

 Quote by Tigers2B1 5. No two types of crimes were committed by more than one person. 6. One person committed more types of crime than each of the other persons.
Do you mean that one and only one person committed more than one type of crime (Ex. Mr A is a thief and a murderer while the others were each 1 type)? If that's the case, then you can't have 3 people sitting next to a murderer (you need two murderers side by side) and either your clue is wrong or two people can commit more than one type. For now, I will suppose that he or she can commit two types.

I don't know if this question has already been asked. I am reluctant to read through the rest of the replies because I have never seen this logic puzzle before and do not want to ruin it.

 No it only means that one person commited more crimes than the others so you cannot have 2 persons being the answer at a given situation. And good luck for solving the puzzle, it is a very nice problem, though not as hard as it sounds once you draw the diagram and work one hint at a time. :)

 Quote by little.holmes No it only means that one person commited more crimes than the others so you cannot have 2 persons being the answer at a given situation. And good luck for solving the puzzle, it is a very nice problem, though not as hard as it sounds once you draw the diagram and work one hint at a time. :)