After Mathilde Loisel loses Madame Forestier's diamond necklace on the night of the ball, Monsieur Loisel retraces their steps and eventually goes to police headquarters and the newspaper offices for help recovering the necklace. Monsieur Loisel more than likely explained the entire situation and elaborated on the location of the evening's events during his conversations with the police and newspaper editors. At the police station, Monsieur Loisel more than likely explained the appearance of the necklace, who it originally belonged to, and what time his wife discovered that she lost the necklace. Monsieur Loisel would have also told the police his background information, why he was at the Ministry's ball, and elaborated on his wife's specific locations throughout the evening. At the newspaper office, Monsieur Loisel would have offered a description of the necklace and a monetary reward for finding it. Monsieur Loisel would have also wished to remain anonymous in the newspaper article so that Madame Forestier would not discover that Mathilde lost her necklace.
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