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CHAPTER 11 - LEADS

back over all this. To reckon that the Doc's information was important was to understate the case-it was vital. But still much required clearing up. Bill wanted to know just what part Tuck and his friends had played. Even more he wanted to know where they were right now. If they could be found that might well provide the proof needed, proof a court would accept-provided that they knew anything vital. They might not, it was always possible.
Rod Canter, unaware of what the Doc had reported-nobody but the rangers and the Doc himself knew that, for the latter had been warned to keep quiet-was now it was supposed organising a search for the missing prisoners. Bill doubted if he would find them. Apart from anything else the vast extent of the ground to be covered would require a couple of regiments to be searched thoroughly.
The Doc had urged that Rod should be arrested, but Bill wasn't having that. He told the Doc that the sheriff wouldn't pull out ; there was no reason why he should, knowing nothing of recent developments.
" He won't pull out so long as he doesn't know, so long as we keep quiet. He's done a whole lot to get hold of the ranch, I guess that's his motive. I don't see him clearin' just when it looks like Bruce has got to sell. He'll stick around, Doc. We'll pick him up when we want him." He paused and then added, " We've got to get proof. Your word isn't enough by itself, not for a court."
There was no other evidence. Rocky and the others left at the ranch had heard nothing, seen nothing until the fire broke out. Two other guys might have been useful, Tuck's buddy Charlie and Spike Borden, neither of whom had shown up on the previous night. But by now Bill knew that Charlie

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