An Arizona couple isn't sure who it was that slashed their tires, but they do have a fingerprint.

"I literally have been laughing all day because if I don't, I might cry," Francesca Wikoff told CBS 5.

She came out of her home to slashed tires, but when she looked down, she noticed the suspect left something behind of importance; their finger.

"It's pretty comical. You would think that if you're gonna go to the hospital, especially if you just severed your finger off, that you would take said finger with you," Wikoff said.

She, and the police, believe the tire slasher cut her back tire, cutting their finger off on accident.

"We assume it happened at 10:30 last night because we had our neighbor that lives next to him heard a loud scream and then a car speeding off," said Wikoff.

Her theory, is that the suspect with the missing digit is one of her neighbors. The Wikoff's had gotten in argument the night before, and there seems to be a trail of blood leading from her car to their house.

"I don't find joy in anybody hurting themselves. However, karma has a good way of working itself out," said Wikoff.

The neighbor wasn't home all day after the finger was found, and wasn't home the day after the find either.

No arrests have been made in the case yet, but the police say the finger has been taken as evidence, in a brown paper bag.

"Well, I got the better hand," said Wikoff.

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Museums Within Driving Distance of the Quad Cities

"There isn't a museum I won't go to. The stupider, the better."
Michaels' statement this morning sent us into a good hour of discussion about museums within driving distance of the Quad Cities. Our listening family has clued us in on little hole-in-the-wall museums we never even knew existed, and they're just a hop, skip and a jump away from us. 
Here's our highlights.