The police come again to Behala the next day and hundreds of dumpsite people search through special deliveries from Green Hills. Up and down the mountains of trash, peoples every day lives continue under the sharp eyes of the police. Of course no bag is found and the police reluctantly pay all the people before racing off back into town. Gardo, Raphael and Rat are relieved but decide that it is important that they get to the locket as soon as they can. The boys discuses the matter, “Not dealing with the fact that if the police think you’ve got something, they won’t stop till they’ve got it from you.” (p.35) Raphael is in deep danger.