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O'Day said: "What about the note?"
" I'll tell you," said Mellins. "The next morning the chambermaid comes down about a quarter to eight. She's got a note from the gentleman. He wants me to go to the nearest garage and get 'em to pick up his car-clean the plugs, do the tyres, put water in, do some other repairs and put ten gallons of petrol in. The coupons was pinned to the note. He told the garage just what he wanted 'em to do. There was two pounds with it. So I went down to the garage when I went off; gave them the note."
" Then you never saw the husband?" queried O'Day. "Did anybody see him?"
Mellins shook his head. "Not as far as I know. That'd be easy because the day porter's always busy doing something or other. Maybe when they brought his car back he just went out and got into it. She could pay the bill and join him. So nobody'd see him. It's easy in a place like this."
O'Day nodded. "One other question. What was the garage you took the note to?"
" Chaloner's," said Mellins. "You go down to the main road and you turn left towards Dartmouth. It's fifty or sixty yards down the road-just a couple of shacks, but since the war young Chaloner's been doing repairs. He's pretty good. He was in one of them motor units in the army."
" What time does Chaloner's garage close?" asked C'Day.
" Oh, any time ... they're usually hanging around there until half-past seven or eight o'clock. But if they're shut and you want to talk to them they live next door in the cottage."

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