I'd like to see Captain Finlay.
It's important.

- What's your name?
- Peter Keeley. Sergeant Peter Keeley.

Captain Finlay isn't in now.
Have a seat, sergeant.

Captain Finlay wants to see you now.
You're sure he's not too busy?
I wouldn't wanna bother him.
What happened?
- What are you doing here?
- Floyd's dead, sergeant.

- Tell him how it happened.
- I told you to wait.

I did wait. I'm sorry, but I waited.
Nobody came in, nobody went out,
I still waited outside.

Then I thought I'd go up and take a look.
There he was, strung up by his necktie.

I didn't know what to do. You weren't
around. I thought I better call the police.

I came two hours ago
to tell you I talked to Floyd.

If you'd come as soon as you found out
where Floyd was...

...I could have talked to him,
and he'd still be alive.

Now, don't you think you better tell me
where Mitchell is, sergeant?

- Why?
- I don't want anybody else killed.

You should start working with me. It's
the only way, if you wanna help Mitchell.

Because you're in custody.
So is Williams.

You'll both stay there forever,
if necessary.

I'll listen to anything constructive
you two have to say...

...but I won't stand for
any more interference.

You've got a mind like a dogcatcher.
I'm in custody. Williams is in custody.