Sanzi managed to buy Vincent's jeep from the steakhouse owner for $1,000 without much effort. The interior of the jeep was almost exactly as it was when Vincent had left it, because it had only been a week since then, and more importantly, nobody liked to drive it at all. That was the point that Sheyan found appealing. After circling around the vehicle a few times, Sheyan suddenly squinted his eyes. He quickly burrowed underneath the jeep and found an accessory that was visibly out of place. The accessory was brand new, and after it was dusted off, its appearance contrasted sharply with the old vehicle parts around it. The jeep obviously had just been repaired not too long ago. Sheyan then rummaged around in the vehicle's interior and finally found a warranty from an auto repair shop called Rohank Power in the trunk. The warranty was crumpled like a piece of scrap paper. It showed that the jeep had undergone maintenance there and changed a certain accessory at the cost of a few hundred dollars with a three month warranty. Obviously, no matter who the owner was, no one would throw away a warranty that had not expired yet. Following the clue, Party Ace found the Rohank Power auto repair shop two hours and fifteen minutes before they had to leave the world. Then, from the registration information in the shop, Vincent's address was found. Sheyan could only hope that Vincent had not moved away. But given that rents in Los Angeles were usually paid annually, the chances of finding their target should be quite high. They quickly rushed towards Vincent's residence. Vincent was actually living on the 13th floor of a building, which was an unlucky number in western superstition. It seems like he was not a superstitious person. As soon as Sheyan and his party had just stepped out from the elevator, they immediately felt that something was off. After experiencing the previous explosion, they were all on high alert and were extremely cautious. They instantly scattered and put some distance between each other.