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You can solve a crime case with Sherlock on BBC1's Twitter account this evening

You can solve a crime case with Sherlock on BBC1's Twitter account this evening
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Need to flex your mind palace between instalments of hit BBC1 detective drama 'Sherlock'? The game is on! 

Sherlock is 'hacking' BBC1's official Twitter account this evening to test your powers of deduction. 

#SherlockLive will see a Sherlock case being revealed on BBC1's Twitter feed (and here, if you're not a tweeter) from 8pm tonight. 

'Sherlock' writers Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss will be tweeting live and you can demonstrate your crime-solving skills by replying using the hashtag.

All you've got to do is solve the case before Sherlock gets bored again and reveals the answer... 

'Sherlock' series four concludes on Sunday at 9pm on BBC1. 

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