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The art teacher told Blue Boy about how she left the room for lunch When she came back some of her paintbrushes were covered with paint and they were clean when she left. Spot smelt the brushes and could tell that Dirty Bristles man had had them last.
Blue Boy told the art teacher that he would try and catch Dirty Bristles man. He said that once he catches him he will have to clean all of her brushes and pay for new ones. He gave her some new paintbrushes to use until Dirty Bristle man bought her new ones. She thanked him. Blue Boy and Spot headed home to come up with a plan.
As they walked home Blue Boy and Spot tried to think of where Dirty Bristles man might be. Then Blue Boy remembered something from a past mission. They were at the art museum one night keeping guard since the regular guard was gone. He remembered seeing a guy that looked like Dirty Bristles man, but before he could get a good look the guy ran off.
At home Blue Boy came up with a plan and told Spot about it. The plan was to hide in the art museum until it closed. Then they would wait for Dirty Bristles man to come. Once he got there they would wait a little bit then sneak up and catch him. The only problem was that they weren't sure if the person they saw that night at the museum was Dirty Bristles man.
They ran and made it to the art museum a few minutes before closing. They ran and hid. Now they just had to wait. They waited for a while and finally they heard someone coming and sitting down on the bench. Could it be Dirty Bristles man. Blue Boy peeked around the corner to see.
It was him! Dirty Bristles man had come to the museum so he could look at the art. He had wanted to be an artist, but people said he needed to get better. He gave up and started ruining people's paintbrushes for revenge. He acted like he didn't like art, but he did. He snuck into the museum at night so no one would see him looking at the art.
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