Cut to JC and Finch watching an Internet video of a man and woman crying about Grant killing his family. They knew about the financial issues, but never thought he'd do anything like this. They just wish he'd come to them, so they could help. JC tells Finch that there were muzzle impressions made on the gun after the shots were made, to make it look point-blank, like the father did it. But it was a murder. Finch wonders how JC knows this, and JC skeeves us out with a shrug, "That's how I would have done it." JC can't explain, though, why the shooter didn't kill Theresa or why she's disappeared. But he does have a lead on a boy who might know her: Deacon Page (that's quite a name). They got in trouble together when she was still "alive," and he's been picked up lately for shoplifting and carrying a concealed weapon. JC is as sick as I am of Finch sitting in the Library: He tells Finch he might need a little help, since they don't know how much time Theresa has left.
Surveillance images cut us to Finch showing up at the door of the crying woman from the Internet video he and JC watched. He tells her his name is Arthur Bellinger with Liberty State Mutual, and calls her Elizabeth Whitaker. He claims they wrote the life insurance policies for Grant Whitaker, and that she and her husband, Derek, are listed as next of kin. She says that would be ex-husband, since the divorce went through last year. She invites him in, and says she's surprised her brother-in-law even kept up payments on life insurance. Then she asks if they're going to stop searching for Theresa. A look from Finch makes her quickly add, "Her body, I mean?" He says the police stopped searching, and asks if she wasn't satisfied. She just doesn't like that they buried an empty coffin, and hoped the current would bring her home. She says Derek never came out of the funk. He asks if she has any contact information, but she says they haven't spoken since the split, though she has an old cell phone number. He asks if they had any children, but she says no -- and now she's not even an aunt. She sets up the loving reunion that we're sure to see soon enough by telling us she loved Theresa like her own daughter.
NYPD. Carter's obsessing about JC some more. She says there are eight cases connected to his prints, but half of them have been redacted. Her colleague gives her another file: JC caught some missing persons in 2007. But this entire file's been redacted. Her colleague tells her this is feds, which is above her pay grade. Something tells me that's not going to slow her obsession.