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Scavenger-Hunt Party 'Not Leaving Without Twine'

PORTAGE, MI—A scavenger-hunt team dispatched to the Moorsbridge neighborhood continues to occupy the Dean and Nicole Mullikan residence, and has announced plans to remain until the couple releases a length of twine needed to complete the list given out at Taylor Keim's birthday party. "We've gotten this far, and we're not leaving without the twine," said Joshua Hebert, 11, the leader of a trio of fifth graders who have been engaged in the diligent search since late Monday afternoon. "These people live in a town that recycles. What do they use to bundle their newspapers and cardboard? They need to look harder." Hebert and his partners said they remain confident that the homeowners will soon "come to their senses," like the older lady at 236 Wilton Terrace who finally turned up three red buttons after a two-hour standoff.

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