AMC's The Killing is now six hours into the investigation of the murder of Rosie Larson (Katie Findlay). In the sixth episode, "What You Have Left." which chronicles the sixth day after the police opened the case, much time is spent gathering evidence for a theory found in day five, as well as dealing with the ramifications of said theory. It also appears that Detective Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) will be missing her nonrefundable flight to California, as she races towards a new development with scant time left before the plane takes off. Which means she is out a significant sum of money because of a bet made with her son, Jack (Liam James), but considering the unrealistic amount, it is not likely Jack will see a penny.
Currently, the prime suspect in the murder of Rosie is Amber Ahmed (Ashley Johnson, Growing Pains, Ben 10), the young, very pregnant wife of Bennett Ahmed (Brandon Jay McLaren, Being Erica, Harper's Island). See, Bennett is Rosie's teacher, and evidence leads the police to believe he may have been romantically and / or sexually involved with her. Amber, who is a former student of Bennett's, is now thought to have been home when Rosie stopped by the Ahmed residence late the night of her disappearance, and Amber and Bennett may have carried her body out later that night.
Notice, I only say may in the last paragraph. That's because this investigation is far from over, and as such, it is improbable that the Ahmeds are responsible. The focus on them when the season has not even reached its midpoint virtually clears them of suspicion, even though the true story of what they were doing that night has not yet been revealed. While they were obviously up to no good, that does not necessarily mean either one is guilty of murder.