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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

the fan was the door of what appeared to be a cupboard about two feet square. It was flush with the wall and tinted the same colour. From the other end of the room it would barely have been distinguishable from the surface of the wall itself.
He opened the door and took out a large steel box from a recess within, disconnecting several electric cables and leads inside the recess before doing so.
The box was heavy, and he handled it with an effort. But with a little exertion he got it across to the door and carried it outside to the front garden.
Then he returned to the house, and for a few minutes was busy getting rid of everything from his person that bore the name of Valmon Dain. Letters, visiting-cards, documents, pass-book, any and every thing that might prove his real identity in the event of sudden arrest he discarded, finding neat and plausible places for them all in the shelves and drawers of his desk.
Over the way a clock boomed half-past midnight as Dain, carrying the big steel box out to the garage, started up the engine of his car and drove quietly into the night.
Passing into the lonely darkness of the Hendon roads, he headed his car for London, where he made his only halt, a brief ten seconds' pause at the General Post Office. There he posted the box containing the revolver, sending it by letter post to ensure its getting the postmark and hour-stamp on it without a minute's loss of time.

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