This may be more of a plot related question, but here goes. I want to make sure my protagonist is behaving logically since this situation is tricky to write. In my story, a police detective is surveying a suspect to see if he is linked to a criminal organization. He follows him around for days, but no luck, and it seems the guy is just living a normal, law abiding life. After waiting, the detective gets impatient and decides to phone the suspect anonymously. He doesn't say who he is, he just says that he has now acquired evidence on him and that he has him by the b#[at]$$, and that he's finished. He then hangs up. His intention was to cause the suspect to go into a panic, and make contact with his connections or do something to incriminate himself, while trying to find out who that caller was. After the phone call, the suspect then goes to a storage facility and the detective follows. He follows by car and this may be a problem cause if you got a threatening call from someone like that, wouldn't you notice if someone is following you? Or can I just cut ahead to the next scene, and the audience will buy it? Aside from that, the suspect gets to the storage facility and the detective watches him from afar, probably with binoculars or something like that. He notices though, that another character, whom he knows from before in the plot, is following the suspect as well. He becomes very suspicious and wonder what this guy he knows is doing there, watching him as well. The suspect then goes inside a storage unit, he rents. Then comes out, locks it, and leaves. However, the other man following him, appears to be going in a different direction on his own now. This leaves the detective now with three choices: 1. He can continue to follow the suspect. 2. He can follow the other character, who he is surprised to see is somehow involved. 3. He can wait till they both leave, and then break into the storage unit himself to see what is inside, or what was inside, since the suspect may have taken something with him and put it in his pocket. The detective doesn't know though, or didn't see him carrying anything. So the question is, what would the detective do next logically?