Probability question regarding binomial distribution

At a party, it is discovered that a renegade guest has drawn a controversial image on the bathroom wall. There are 40 people at the party, and in the absence of other evidence, each is equally likely to have drawn the controversial image. The drawing style of the controversial image is analysed and found to have characteristics unique to 8% of the general (innocent) population. A suspect whose drawing style is analysed is found to match the controversial image. Assuming the guests are representative of the general population, what is the probability that the suspect is guilty given the drawing evidence?

At a party, it is discovered that a renegade guest has drawn a controversial image on the bathroom wall. There are 40 people at the party, and in the absence of other evidence, each is equally likely to have drawn the controversial image. The drawing style of the controversial image is analysed and found to have characteristics unique to 8% of the general (innocent) population. A suspect whose drawing style is analysed is found to match the controversial image. Assuming the guests are representative of the general population, what is the probability that the suspect is guilty given the drawing evidence?