Somebody managed to break into the apartment... Yes, it happened, so we changed...
Ilya: The front door?
Lena: Yes. That's why we changed the keys. I came home and right at me, from out of our open door came an utterly crazed person, with glassy eyes. He nearly knocked me over and ran downstairs, not using the elevator. So when I came inside I, of course, asked Dasha, our neighbor, a young woman, if she didn't have visitors who were leaving the apartment in that kind of state. She said, "I don't know, I also tried to find out whose guest that was. He was here for a long time hanging out in the hallway." So it turned out he was some kind of stranger, who went through our apartment, looked in all the coat pockets, and took Vitaly's keys. They were the keys to the apartment, I mean, apartment keys and some keys he had from work. Whenever someone came out into the hallway, he ducked into the lavatory. People said that "someone was in the toilet for an awfully long time." So he hung out in the toilet and then he came out the way I said and nearly knocked me down. That's the story.
Lena: As a result, when people starting asking just whose guest that was, in that kind of state, it turned out that he wasn't anybody's. People started checking their things, and then it turned out that he took the keys. That's the story. And everybody started paying attention. The next day (for the night we have a bolt) we decided to use it in the daytime too. So the very next day around noon, when everyone was home, somebody tried to get in, but the bolt was on, and when we asked who was there, you could hear these footsteps racing down the stairs. So that was our detective story.
Lena: We had to replace the keys very quickly, and that was a challenge, because there are a lot of people, we had to make a lot of them at once.
Ilya: How many, Lena?
Lena: We made twenty.