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to her, sir," he went on. "And I was glad to be able to let her know that her employer's-O'Day's-position was very much better-with us I mean-than it had been. In point of fact I rather suggested to her that what I was doing was after a consultation with O'Day. I asked her to tell me exactly what had happened on the Saturday morning.
" She told me. She described Needham, and her description checks up with the garage hand's description and with O'Day's own description. It seems that this Colonel Needham came into the office, and when he found he couldn't talk to O'Day, wrote a long letter of instructions; put it in a large envelope. Miss Trundle says it was a bulky package. He gave it to her to give to O'Day. There was no one else in the office. Apparently she left this package on her desk and went out to have some coffee and to buy some hair-setting lotion. She did that then because she knew the shop would be closed at one o'clock. She locked the door after her when she went out.
" When she returned to the office she took the package and put it in a drawer in O'Day's desk. This drawer is used as a sort of post-box for notes she wants to leave for him. Then she locked the office and went home. When she returned on Monday morning after the week-end the drawer had been forced open and the letter left by Needham had apparently been burned in the large metal ash-tray on O'Day's desk. When O'Day turned up on Monday morning he wasn't surprised, because he'd been there during the week-end after reading the note which Needham had left at his flat."
The Assistant Commissioner said: "I see. So

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