Ben realizes that the Brooklyn properties he has been looking are not current, and that U.D.S. has been slow logging them into the system, so he goes inside the U.D.S. building in search of it.
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High-level masking protocol
VANCE: 19 cellphones that pinged all three locations. Of those, we can rule out 17 FedEx, limo drivers, delivery trucks. That leaves two cellphones, both of which pinged cellphone towers in Red Hook. Both of which are burners
BEN: It’s got to be them.
BEN: So you can’t pinpoint where they are right now?
VANCE: No, but look at this.
Inside the Brooklyn radius
VANCE: You sure?
BEN: Yeah, I got them right here. Gas stations, a couple of businesses. None of
VANCE: What is it?
BEN: I was going by location, not by date of acquisition. Look. None of these properties were obtained within the last month.
VANCE: Well, that fits the timeline. Your plane came back three weeks ago. They bought the property shortly after.
BEN: Which also wasn’t in the records. That means there’s nothing recent in the database.
Inside the U.D.S. Building
VANCE: So someone inside U.D.S. is suppressing information.
BEN: No.No, I don’t think so. Honestly, I think they’re just slow as ass. Ronnie, my idiot supervisor, told me that U.D.S. is behind logging in their property acquisitions. The paperwork’s got to be on a desk somewhere in the U.D.S.Records Department. There’s a pass on Ronnie’s desk. It’ll get me into the U.D.S. building.
VANCE: Then what? There’ll be cameras everywhere. Once they figure it out, you’ll be fired, then you’ll be arrested.
BEN: What’s your better idea? You said yourself, there’s a ticking clock. How else are we gonna save the missing passengers, save my son?
Scene then shifts to United Dynamic Systems building.
SECURITY OFFICER: Good evening.
Ben finds what he is looking for.