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  • Reluctantly, the young man approaches the crow that had formed on the outskirts of security cordon.
  • Two people standing there were arguing and they must have said something that shocked the Squirrel, since he suddenly grew pale and turned around.
  • Capestan waited for him to return to the corner of the boulevard so that she could reach him without drawing the attention of the police officers on guard duty.
  • He came up to him, (nervously pulling/fidgeting) the strap of the green helmet still tied under his chin.
  • He was getting about to iron his sweatshirt and leave when Capestan stepped in and discreetly showed him his police (card/identification).
  • The (captain/lieutenant) saw his hazel eyes widen.
  • The young man froze for a second, and then dashed off onto the boulevard, (leaving his sweatshirt and his bicycle behind/abandoning his sweatshirt and his bicycle).
  • Startled, Capestan hastily put her card back into the pocket of her trenchcoat and got into his pursuit.
  • As she passed the brasserie, she felt Torrez catching up with her on her left wing.
  • The boy was young, light and fast.
  • He went onto the boulevard downhill and reached the intersection with Saint-Denis street in a few seconds.
  • On the crosswalk, the traffic light went from red to green.
  • As the cars were starting up, the Squirrel leaped in order to cross.
  • A screech of tires and a concert of klaxons (burst/broke out).
  • The drivers rushed forward behind him as he advanced, making the engines wail in anger, preventing Capestan from crossing in her turn.
  • She was stuck on the other side, (hopping/passing/stepping) from one foot to the other and keeping an eye out for a breach in (the) traffic, but it was impossible to move forward.
  • From afar, through the (torrent/tide/wave) of cars, she saw the boy go across Saint-Denis street.
  • A group of four teenagers appeared at the same time, briefly obstructing her view.
  • When they moved away, the boy (had disappeared/was gone).
  • Capestan jumped where she was in order to make him out in the crowd.
  • He could not have vanished just like that.
  • Naulin had seen him at Marie Sauzelle’s house, and he was often spotted in front of Maëlle Guénan’s apartment.
  • Just as the sailor’s petition, this young man provided the link.
  • The squad had a new piece of string linking the cases, except that this one could speak.
  • You just had to question him to finally get an explanation.
  • It was inconceivable that, after barely getting hold of him, he had already escaped from them.
  • The traffic light would not turn red.
  • Capestan tried to take a step forward.
  • A Chevrolet brushed past her, forcing her back quickly into the sidewalk.
  • The Squirrel must be getting a headstart.
  • In an impulsive act, as a car accelerated, Capestan forced her way across the boulevard.
  • Behind her, she heard Torrez’s anguished voice shouting at the top of his lungs ‘No!’, but she managed to make it to the middle of the boulevard.
  • Pulling her hand out to slow down the approaching vehicles, she crossed the last section of the road and jumped onto the sidewalk.
  • A hundred meters further, she spotted the green helmet speeding away.
  • She accelerated.
  • Pursuing his race, the boy turned his head for an instant and noticed Capestan getting closer.
  • He zigzagged between the bystanders and turned left into the Lemoine crossing.
  • Again, she lost sight of him.
  • She mustered her sprint (stocks/reserves/reservoirs) to reach the passage before he went out of it, and got to the corner just in time to see him head right onto the Sébastopol boulevard.
  • Throwing herself to his pursuit, she ran into two jeans sellers that were smoking their cigarettes on the sidewalk.
  • Who was this boy?
  • What was he doing there?
  • He had just gone across the Sébastopol boulevard (at the height of/near) Tracy street when a woman unhooked her bicycle from the Vélib post.
  • Backing up without warning, she threw out of balance the young man, who came hurtling at full speed.
  • Capestan was worried that he would use the occasion to take possession of the bicycle and escape from her once and for all, but he did not.
  • On the contrary, he made an abrupt detour to avoid her, which allowed Capestan to regain a few meters.
  • Her lungs were beginning to burn and she wondered how long she would still be able to resist.
  • In front, her target took her race up again without suffering the (least/smallest) sign of fatigue.
  • Twenty years younger.
  • More kilometers in reserve.
  • Capestan had to find a means of accelerating and catching up with him quickly: (just) running after him, she would never be able to get him.
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