Again with the them. He couldn't help but quirk a brow at that. "Not that good of a baker. But if I need the rest.." he shrugged. He'd find another way to test them.
"Thank you," he called with a bit of a sigh and a step back. "That wasn't so hard now, was it?" he added a little louder so that the rest of the block could hear him more clearly. "Can anyone else confirm that they, too, heard metal working against metal for a time before the door was opened and its occupants escaped?" The man turned his attention back to April almost immediately, though.