Shouri woke on a day like many others. The sky was covered by a layer of clouds and the sun only showed itself occasionally throughout the day. The day set itself apart from others in that there had been an explosion in the market district the night before. Shouri had been assigned the mission to track down the shinobi responsible for the explosion. As the first steps, Shouri checked in with the Administration and discovered there were three shinobi hadn't checked in since the day before. Shouri jotted down their names and moved on.
Luckily, no lives were lost in the disaster although there were a few civilian injuries who have since been treated at the hospital. Shouri decided the next step would be to visit the hospital and interview the injured. When he arrived he was allowed to speak to a few of the patients who were conscious. It proved useless though, as not a single passerby had seen the bomb or the one who planted it. To the Jonin this sounded like the work of trained professionals, which matched the profile of the three Chuunin who had seemingly gone AWOL. If they deserted the village it would be bad enough, but to harm those you were sworn to protect? That was as low as a shinobi could get.
Shouri left the hospital fruitless but not without hope. He could still pick up the trail of the three Chuunin if he could leave the village where they had. He walked the streets and ended up crossing the caution tape as he made his way toward the explosion site. He looked around carefully, inspecting the surrounding area more than the crime scene itself. When he finally rest eyes on it, he knew that he found what he was looking for. There was a cracked window across the street which had a perfect view of the exact spot the bomb exploded. A quick inspection of the building and he found a door leading to an alley that led straight to the village walls. The steel walls had many service entrances that could be used to enter and exit if one knew how and had the proper clearance. He knew how they left. Now the only thing left to do was hunt them down.