“The Baker was working at the Palace, surrounded by witnesses, when the mysterious hooded man bribed the Gatekeeper Tomás to close La Trapería Gateway, thus forcing the royal carriage to take another route. Moreover, it makes no sense that he would go out in the evening to commit such a major robbery, and then risk being caught in the morning stealing a measly sack of flour. What’s more, if he were the perpetrator, he would have made the effort to find a more solid alibi than that of a travelling pedlar.”