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    Madras, Oregon, (AP)

    It had been two days since anyone had seen or heard from Hannah Crowe and Julian Wallulatum.

    Three of Crowe’s children had been playing outside Jan. 1 and 2nd, so nothing seemed wrong, said Andrew Smith, a neighbor.

    But on Jan 3, the kids knocked on his door, Smith said. The eldest, an 8-year-old girl, did the talking.

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    now that is a sad story....
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