This week’s question: Police in Vermont spent two weeks chasing a robbery suspect who eluded them via car, bike, tractor, sailboat, and kayak before being captured. If Hollywood were to make a chase movie about this fugitive's multi-vehicular flight from justice, what would it be titled?
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THE WINNER: “The Great All-Terrain Robbery”
Anna Blair, River Oaks, Texas
SECOND PLACE: “The Fast and the Amphibious”
Joshua Bloomberg, Encino, California
THIRD PLACE: “Mad Max: Fury Road, Lake, River, Bike Lane”
Jesse Rifkin, Arlington, Virginia
“By All Means”
Malcolm Davidson, Dallas, Texas
“Grand Theft Auto, Et Al.”
Guy Rusiski, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
"Oceans, Rivers, Lakes, Fields, and Roads Eleven"
George Strong, Plano, Texas
“Engines and Pedals and Oars, Oh, My!”
Daurelle Harris, Chalfont, Pennsylvania
“Gone in 60 Vessels”
Jason Yost, Alexandria, Virginia
“Planes, Trains & Getaway Cars”
John Bregoli, Weymouth, Massachusetts
“Operation Surf & Turf”
Lavinia Ycas, Boulder, Colorado
Alan M. Young, Charlemont, Massachusetts
“Around the State in 80 Ways”
Justin Tupik, Rahway, New Jersey
“Every Which Way to Stay Loose”
Mark Nichols, Milford, Connecticut
“Shake, Pedal, and Row"
Kenneth Burgan, Grass Valley, California
“Anything That Goes”
John Mitchell, Mohnton, Pennsylvania
"Smokey and the Transit"
Tom Pinney, Minneapolis, Minnesota
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