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Grogan asked: "Did the Sable Inn produce anything?"
Dougal nodded. "O'Day's telling the truth. I went to the garage where the unknown man-who is no longer unknown-had his car serviced. The actual work on the car was done by the son who does the repair work in the garage. And by a strange coincidence he saw Needham-the man who stayed with Merys Vanner-as they were driving out of the side road that leads to the Sable Inn on to the main road. There's a sort of fork there, you understand-a threeroad fork-with the inn nearby. Apparently the boy had been staying at the inn for two or three days because there was a guest in their cottage, and he came out of the back entrance just as Merys Vanner and Needham swung on to the main road. Of course he recognized the car. He said the driver, as he went round the corner, was within a few feet of him. He was a thin-faced, grey-haired man. He said it wasn't O'Day. Of course he remembered O'Day. O'Day gave him five pounds for the note of instructions."
The Assistant Commissioner nodded. "Well, it doesn't look so good for Mrs. Vanner, does it? Have you any idea what she's playing at? Have you formed any theory as to how Needham comes into this?"
Dougal said: "I'm trying hard not to form theories at the moment, sir. I'm trying to concentrate on facts. And I've got another fact. Vanner had been down to the Sable Inn. He also talked to this boy. He knew that the man who stayed at the Sable Inn wasn't O'Day."
" Well, you've got something on Merys Vanner

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