Jessy walked calmly through the streets. There were very few people out tonight, the same as it was most nights, and so Jessy made a little extra effort to kind of sneak into the shadows. She didn't overtly sneak though. In this city that would just draw attention to herself. SHe just made sure that she kept out of the well lit areas, and that she always kept her target in sight. A man, walking probably five hundred meters ahead of her. When he turned a corner she had to double her pace, keeping quite to make sure that she could keep track of him. Jessy wasn't the best stalker and she lost him a few times. But she had always found him again.
At a slight 5'5", with the average brown hair and olive skin, her only attractive feature were her eyes that were a brightest green most people had seen. But that just made her less obvious. Her face wasn't beautiful, her walk wasn't amazingly graceful. She was just normal. And that is why she fit into this so easily. Of course being a PI, eventually you are bound to be caught every once and a while, but as long as it wasn't by the cops it wasn't a problem. Being caught by anyone else, well she had a taser for that.
She move faster and turned the next corner and stifled a swear word escaping. Damn it. She had lost him. Already she had been on his tail for over an hour and now with this last corner she had just completely lost track. She hated doing that, especially when it came to the idea of what she was investigating. One of her friends had been on this case for a while. The mans partner thought that he might be actively involved in one of the gangs that had been a bit violent lately, and she wanted to know for sure. But Hanna, the original worker on the case had gotten bored with it and so she had swapped with jessy, who had only a week later managed to track him down to his normal route he took, and follow him when he moved off it. But the problem was now finding him again.
She moved calmly, taking the route she thought was most likely, looking for anything that might hint to where he went, or anything that might suggest what he was doing here. This could be a long night.