Six men, namely Martin Freeman, Jonah Jameson, Terry Singer, Mike Cooper, Jim Condon, and Sylvian Bogard were in an elevator together.
Unexpectedly, the lights went out. When the lights came back, Martin Freeman's wallet was missing which contained a confidential item.
Detectives were called at the scene. They interrogated the suspects, the witnesses, and people who were familiar with the suspects. They collected physical evidence (hair samples, fiber samples, etc.) from the crime scene as well. Overall, they were able to collect fifteen clues, but they could still not find the culprit.
Then as the last resort they dialed a phone number that connected to 221B Baker Street and Sherlock Holmes was appointed on the case. Following are the clues reading which he was able to deduce the culprit within a couple of minutes.
1) No two suspects have the same weight, color shoes, color umbrella, color car, or hair color.
1) The suspect who owns a pink car was wearing tan shoes.
3) The suspect who weighs 180 pounds owns an orange car.
4) Terry Singer owns an orange car.
5) The suspect who owns a blue car was wearing purple shoes.
6) The suspect who weighs 150 pounds was wearing tan shoes.
7) Mike Cooper was carrying a pink umbrella.
8) Sylvian Bogard has black hair.
9) Jonah Jameson weighs 210 pounds.
10) The suspect who weighs 190 pounds was wearing purple shoes.
11) The suspect who was carrying a black umbrella is not the one who was wearing blue shoes.
12) The thief owns a blue car.
13) The suspect who owns a white car is not the one who weighs 170 pounds.
14) Jim Condon was wearing brown shoes.
15) The suspect who weighs 190 pounds is not the one who has black hair.
Can you find the culprit too?