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"I don't know everything," said Dougal. "I know very little. That's why I'm asking you. Maybe I'm just guessing. You must have done a bit of guessing yourself."
" You're telling me," said O'Day. "Well, I went into my office. I knew that Nellie Trundle would have left Needham's note in the drawer we call the whisky drawer-usually because there isn't any whisky in it. She'd have locked that drawer because she always does when she puts a note in there for me. Somebody had smashed the drawer open. They'd taken out the package which Needham had left, containing I take it his long letter and the packet of banknotes. They burned Needham's letter and, I imagine, put the banknotes in their pockets. Then they went away."
Dougal said: "Whoever it was came into the office knew that Needham had been there. They knew the letter was there. They knew the technique of the office."
" My guess is that it was Ralph Vanner," said O'Day. "He'd been on a jag, you know. Maybe he just came into the office and was nosing around."
Dougal said: "Do you think so? If Vanner had been on a five day jag why should he nose around and smash your drawer if he didn't know there was going to be something inside it? Perhaps you've some other reason for thinking it was Vanner."
O'Day nodded. "There was a note in the drawera typewritten note. Vanner always used the typewriter when he was cock-eyed because no one could read his handwriting. The note told me politely he'd taken the seven hundred and fifty pounds and burned

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