The Dumping Place (Part 4, page 3 of 7)


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Part 4

​ All of the departments including the Treasury Department agreed the task force would be better than one or two people trying to catch the bad guys. The street policemen and women asked around and nobody heard of anybody and they were waiting for the other departments for any kind of intel when Joesph told his sergeant I know this isn't going to pan out but anything and everything that we can do to catch this murderous gang but before I do this I just want you to know. I think I'll alert the pawn shops in our area to notify us if anyone trys to sell them little odd shapes of bars.

​ The sergeant agreed and said I'm sure it won't pan out either but at least we're not just sitting here twiddling our thumbs. The next day Joesph and David went around to the town's four pawn shop with a phamplet asking them to keep anyone there if they try to sell these little bars. A couple of weeks went by and everyone on the task force was striking out when a pawn shop in the run down section of town called and wanted to talk to Joesph or David. He had a homeless old woman trying to sell him a triangle bar of something that resembled copper. He was told to hold her there.

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