In some kind of crime story how moral ok is it to change the solution? [on hold]

As the question says, do I as a game master need to be consistent in my plans? In my campaign right not I got kind of a crime story running (someone wants to kill the main actress in a theater and the players try to find the person) but so many things happened, new motives etc that my original solution feels kind of boring and anti climatic. So would it be ok if I changed the solution? My players probably wouldn’t realized I changed it so its a moral question if I need to be consistent in riddle plots.

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I got ordered to leave an ongoing public crime scene in Lisbon, Portugal

I was en route from my hotel to a cafe at 3.30pm in the heart of Lisbon, when I walked up this alley (the link I provided is the exact spot) when I saw 3 cops and 5 kids in an ongoing crime scene – 4 kids were facing the wall on the left side while being watch on by one cop whilst 2 cops were questioning another kid on the right side of the street.

I stopped to watch but got quickly ordered to leave by one of the cops. He said this is how it works in Portugal – and I had a feeling I’d get arrested if I didn’t leave. So I left.

Was the cop right – does he have the authority to order me to leave a public crime scene?