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Of course! MIX, 1009, Coffee, it all made sense! Arriving at 1009 Coffee Ave S, he walked into the house, finding the door slightly open. It was in pristine condition, just like the house he and his wife had bought.

Image of a house

Sitting on the couch, he picked up the note lying on the table. This is a pretty clean house...wonder how much it goes for..maybe $750,000? Looks like the property is over an acr- He pauses his train of thought, focusing on the note on hand.

Oh, brother.

In the city of MMXVIII.
A dish is served.
How sweet is the Sig Sauer! _ _ _ _ _
The victor is the key.

These notes are starting to get plain cheesy. Ian did have a Sig Sauer P365X handgun, it was one of his favorites, to be honest, but he wouldn't call it "Sweet".

He realized what it meant, and it clicked too well. He opened his laptop, retrieving it from his car, and set it upon the table. He booked the earliest ticket to the main airport of _____. He grinned to himself.
Stuffing the note inside his pocket, he felt something hard. Pulling it out, he found a key. Weird. Ian walked out of the house, but not before taking one more look at the house.

Oh Boy.

Where did Ian go?

Hint:

Anagrams and Synonyms. And the name of that city, looks like some kind of numbers? Also, no, the key in the story (at the back of the note) is not related to the key in the story.

First time hearing about Ian Peleaga?

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  • $\begingroup$ You should really wait to add Hints. It appears that this puzzle is relatively easy without them, but you should still allow users the time to figure it out first. Then, if there are no responses, you can start to add more information. $\endgroup$ – APrough Jun 10 at 16:49
  • $\begingroup$ Yeah, it isn't hard. Thanks for the advice. I'll follow it. :) $\endgroup$ – WhipStreak23 Jun 10 at 17:47
  • $\begingroup$ Am I supposed to post hints now? It's been four days. Just thinking... $\endgroup$ – WhipStreak23 2 days ago
  • $\begingroup$ Do the 5 _ at the end of the third line indicate something? $\endgroup$ – Kabir Kanha Arora 9 mins ago

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