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‘Hidden Cash’ Drops Off Sweet Surprise For Inland Empire Residents

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(credit: @HiddenCash/Twitter)

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INLAND EMPIRE (CBSLA.com) — The man known as “Hidden Cash” was back on the job Saturday morning in the Inland Empire.

This time around, he was very specific about his schedule.

He teased that he’ll drop Saturday’s cash inside sugar packets, making quite the sweet deal for whoever stumbles upon the loot.

At 1 p.m. he offered this hint and urged people to tweet photos when they came across the money:

The Hidden Cash man, who’s been identified as real estate mogul and Palo Alto resident Jason Boozie, started generating buzz in May when he set off cash hunts across California.

He returned this week for a cash drop at Lake Balboa in the San Fernando Valley Thursday, treated Huntington Beach residents to a hunt in the sand Friday and that evening hid more cash at a Baldwin Hills park.

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