So my MC kidnapped someone, and I need him to get away with it (at least until the end of the story). The problem is, he followed his victim around the parking lot not long before he kidnapped him, so the victim's friends were able to see the car. When the cop asks the victim's friends, they tell the cop they saw the victim being stalked and inform him of what kind of car they saw, so when the cop asks the MC what kind of car he drives, he lies. His car is a white Nissan, the MC tells them it is black. This happens a day after the missing person report was filed. I'm not sure if this will work. I'm thinking the cops wouldn't be too suspicious (at least at first) given that it's only been a day since the missing person report was filed, and given that the MC probably wouldn't be first on their list of suspects. Plus, the victim is a nineteen-year-old delinquent who, I think, they wouldn't immediately assume was kidnapped. They'd probably assume he ran away or something first, but at some point, when he still has yet to be found, I'm guessing they'll start looking for suspects, and that's where the issue arises. But I don't know. Should the MC admit to what kind of car he drives? Or would it be better for him to lie and get a new car right away? Is there a more logical route I could take with this?