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August 11, 2013 3:46 PM

Idaho tipsters: 'We did what anyone would have done'

Four Sweet residents not only twice encountered fugitive James DiMaggio in the backcountry, they also provided the FBI guidance on where he would have accessed the area. That tip led to the discovery of DiMaggio's car.

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