A car thief stole a car but he did not know that the car belonged to Sherlock Holmes. When the fact was known to Holmes, he started investigating the case and as we know how good he is at that, four suspects were arrested soon. All four of them were seen near his car at the time when it was stolen.
He asked his partner Dr. Watson to examine the four suspects as he was busy in some other case. Dr. Watson used a newly invented lie detector while taking statements from the suspects. Each suspect gave three statements which are mentioned below:
1. "In high school, I was in the same class as suspect C."
2. "Suspect B has no driving license."
3. "The thief didn't know that it was the car of the chief of police."
1. "Suspect C is the guilty one."
2. "Suspect A is not guilty."
3. "I never sat behind the wheel of a car."
1. "I never met suspect A until today."
2. "Suspect B is innocent."
3. "Suspect D is the guilty one."
1. "Suspect C is innocent."
2. "I didn't do it."
3. "Suspect A is the guilty one."
At the end of it, Dr. Watson became confused by so many contradicting statements made by the suspects. The lie detector also malfunctioned and it could just tell that out of all the 12 statements made, only 4 were true. He then told all the details to Sherlock who found the car thief within moments.
Can you find out who the car thief is?