The older man is on the phone, telling someone that it was the boy from the news, and his wife is telling him to tell the police to hurry. Paul comes in their back door, holding a hoe, and says he wouldn't do that.
Ryan and his temporary local partner, Officer Lopez, get a call from dispatch, telling them that the Sullivans reported seeing Joey. They get in the car and tear off.
At the farmhouse, Joey asks Emma if he can call his mother now. She says she'll get the phone and locks him in his bedroom. She hears the floor creak and goes to investigate, calling out for Paul and Jacob. The guy from earlier pops up behind her and says Roderick sent him and they need to go.
Claire is sitting at a restaurant, Turner and another agent a few tables away. Her friend comes over to meet her. They make crisis-time small talk.
Ryan and Lopez approach the Sullivans' house. They knock and no one answers. Ryan goes around to check the back. The door is open. They walk into the kitchen, calling for Clark and Nora. The phone is off the hook and the TV is on. They find the Sullivans in their chairs, throats cut. Lopez mutters a queasy "Oh my god" and Ryan tells him to call it in. The blood is fresh and still dripping, so Ryan mutters, "They were just here." He tells Lopez to follow him and goes back outside. He runs down the path and finds a piece of bloody cloth. He asks how close the next farm is. Lopez says half a mile. They start running through the woods and find the house--white with black shutters.
Lopez calls in their location as Ryan spots Paul and Jacob. He calls Mike and Ava and tells them where they are and asks for backup.
Jacob asks Emma whose car is outside. Emma introduces Hank, who says they have ten minutes to pack. Emma says she'll get Joey after they're packed.
An agent tells Parker they found the farmhouse. She's calling in every agency with letters.
Claire and her friend finish their lunch. Claire asks her friend to order her an espresso, then excuses herself to go to the ladies' room. Turner tells the other agent that he'll follow her. Claire turns a corner, pushes open the restroom door, then ducks out the back door before slow-moving Turner catches up with her. He's smart enough to stick his head out the back door, but he doesn't see Claire hiding behind a car. She takes off. Turner goes into the ladies' room, finds it empty, and goes back outside, looking peevish.