Inside the chimney, they found the body of Madmoiselle Camille, allegedly choked
After further research, the bruised and decapitated body of Madame L' Espanaye; in a courtyard
Although many of the things were uncertain, Le Bon was captured as suspect.
However, Dupin argues that police were so in awe that they missed the important details. Things like the second voice being undistinguishable, the inhumane force needed to hurt Madame L'Espanaye, or that some of the hairs found arent human.
He then hypothesizes that the perpetrator was not human, but was an animal, an Ourang-Outang. Hypothesis that, would soon be confirmed, making Le Bon inocent.
And so, the story conclude with the narrator, saying that the perfect man is not analytical, but ingenuine