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Crowd flocks to Pleasanton park for 'Hidden Cash' scavenger hunt

The Hidden Cash craze had people on the hunt Tuesday in the East Bay and for some, their wallets got a little fatter.

Jason Buzi, the man behind Hidden Cash tweeted out a new round of clues and sent people on a search at Shadow Cliffs Park in Pleasanton.

ABC7 News spoke with some people who said they found envelopes that contained between $60 and $110.

"I saw Hidden Cash's tweet and I saw that it was in Pleasanton and I'm from Pleasanton, so I came out here looking and I found some," Alex Rooney said.

Buzi said he stashed a total of six cash-filled envelopes in Shadow Cliffs Park.

He even tweeted that he would share the wealth in Brussels if Belgium lost the World Cup game.
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