Some of the items Maura left behind in her car, like the bottles of alcohol, have been removed, but others still remain, including the coke bottle that allegedly contained booze of some sort.
Beside the bottle is a tag from a place called the Lynwood Cafe, located in Randolph, Mass, which is kind of an odd place for Maura to have visited. Here’s a quote from one review:
The place is called the Lynwood Cafe, and it is located at a deserted-looking crossroads in a rather gritty part of Randolph. Aside from being relatively little-known, the Lynwood is nearly impossible to find if you don’t know the area, and indeed, even people who have been to the place a few times (including this writer) still have trouble finding it. But for bar pizza, it may be the best in the Boston area, which makes it well worth seeking out if you like that style of pie.
Also does anyone know what the strange packet is resting in the change holder? I don’t know what the metal contraption in the door compartment is, either, or if it was something left behind from the towing company. The parking pass was on the ground beside the car and may be unrelated.