Who Stole Your Wallet?


You are traveling in a train, there are only 4 other people in your berth.
They are named A, B, C and D . Your wallet is stolen. Assume that the wallet was stolen by one of those 4 people and that only 3 of them lie.

Here are their statements:
A: B stole the wallet.
B: C didn’t steal.
C: I didn’t steal.
D: C stole your wallet.

Who actually stole your wallet?


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    AZ Scholar Answered on 23rd January 2016.
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    Logically, only A, B and C can be lying.

    GeNiUs Genius Answered on 23rd January 2016.
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    The puzzle – to be precise, the ‘assumption’ part – needs rephrasing. “only 3 of them lie” means that only 3 of them has a history / habit of lying, but it doesn’t imply that they ALWAYS lie. We have to do the additional bit of assumption to conclude the answer. Otherwise, the information provided is insufficient to reach a conclusion.

    Viji_Pinarayi Expert Answered on 25th January 2016.

    Have ur assumption wherever required,
    Like here 3 of them always lie

    on 26th January 2016.
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