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Hint 1

Who is this?

Hint 2

The overall theme of the card may help you get there.

Hint 3

You can do a reverse image search to find it if you need to.

Solution

This is Dimitri Mendeleev, the creator of the periodic table of elements.

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Hint 1

What do these symbols remind you of?

Hint 2

This looks like an old digital clock...

Hint 3

Instead of looking at what's there. Look at what's missing.

Solution

The missing parts of each segment creates a number. The final number is 302103249531,
which an internet search will let you know is a phone number for a bank in Athens called 'Bank Saderat'.

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Hint 1

You recognize the shape, yes?

Hint 2

There are some weird smudges on this table...

Hint 3

Do you know what elements they are?

Solution

The marked elements are He, N, S, and At. Rearranged, those elements form 'Athens,' the location of this crime.

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Hint 1

The theme of the card may help you figure out what type of diagram this is.

Hint 2

It appears to be a diagram of an atom.

Hint 3

Count the elctrons and you should be able to figure out which element it is.

Solution

There are 79 electrons, which means this is Au, also known as 'Gold.'

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Hint 1

These numbers are probably related to the scientific theme of the card.

Hint 2

Take a look at the periodic table again.

Hint 3

A real one, not the blank one on the card. 

Solution

These numbers are the molar mass for B, Ar, and S, spelling 'Bars' which, combined with another puzzle, tells you what is being stolen.

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Hint 1

Once more, another puzzle that is quite "elemental".

Hint 2

Hmmm... only elements from the first 26 elements on the periodic table...

Hint 3

The first 26 elements are used to form an alphabet. So H = 1 = A and so forth.

Solution

Final Message: If you've followed this far, maybe you can save me. I have stolen but not by choice...