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"Oh, yes," said Bunny, much as he hated the idea. "They won't be very long I suppose."
They had hardly waited half an hour when the police car arrived with Sergeant Burkin. They had met him several times when Royston was with them, and considered him quite an old friend.
" Well, gentlemen! What's all this about?" he demanded, as he stepped from the car.
They briefly explained the situation ; though, for some reason he could never explain, Bunny quite forgot to mention the ring. Perhaps it was because he had been severely shaken by the finding of the body, and was probably a bit unnerved.
" Come along, then," said the officer as soon as they had told the story. " We must get in there, and see what there is to see."
Soon they were in front of the mill, decanting themselves from the car. The sergeant, realising the possibility of coming up against some danger, distributed Bunny and Ajax and two of the four men he had brought with him, at strategic points outside the building. The other two went with him to explore the inside. He carefully ascertained from the boys where they had left the body, and then set off, quite prepared for anything that might happen.
Ajax, from his post, could see Bunuy standing at the far corner of the mill ; and every now and then he would signal his excitement by holding up his thumbs in token of `Something Doing'. They waited for what seemed an age without any sign of the sergeant and his two men, and Bunny's imagination went off on its own, ending up with thoughts of `battle, murder, and sudden death!' They had heard neither shots or shouts or anything else to indicate that the investigators had met with any trouble. The

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