Sandy is a 42-year-old pop artist with blue hair and blue eyes. He is seen wearing a white top with black horizontal stripes underneath a black jacket. Additionally, he sports a pair of black sunglasses and a rash on his right cheek. It is known that Sandy eats tomato soup.
Events of Criminal Case
Sandy became a suspect after Jack and the player found him trapped inside a large silver banana statue. When asked about the victim, he identified Billy as a future megastar that he was mentoring, even giving him the new surname "Snapshot". He was then informed about Billy's murder, upsetting him as he had seen a lot of potential in Billy. He then asked if he could go to the morgue to film Billy's corpse for his film "Rubbish", which Jack refused.
Sandy was spoken to again about his attempt to access Billy's safe deposit box. He told the team that he wanted Billy's money in order to finance his money. When he was alive, Billy had promised to finance the film, but he never did. Jack then ordered him to return to the Workshop, not arresting Sandy for fraud and theft.
Sandy was found to be innocent after the team incarcerated Ellie Argent for Billy's murder. Later, Jack and the player found a copper mobile, one of Sandy's art pieces, that they needed to help Kai complete his beacon so that they could signal T.I.M.E. to help the team out of the 1960s. The team asked Sandy if they could have the mobile, which Sandy allowed.
- Sandy is a reference to Andy Warhol, an American artist, director and producer.
- In Gone in 30 Seconds' sticker album, it is noted in the suspect list sticker that Sandy is almost 5'6" when he appeared as 5'5" in his profile. This is most likely a developer oversight.
- ↑ As of 1969