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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Delbury nodded. " Now, about that door," he said. " Know anything about that ?"
" Only that I wouldn't touch it for a pension after eleven o'clock at night."
" Oh ! Why?"
" Mr. Dain warned us all about it. He said we would get kicked into the next parish if we monkeyed about with it after he had shut himself up in here for the night."
" Make a note of that, Mick. And the window ?"
" Same thing about the window, sir."
" Thank you. That will do. You've been very helpful, Manders. You've given your information well. Fond of your master, aren't you ?"
" He's the best man in London, sir."
" All right. I may want you later on." He turned to the junior. "Had any luck with the finger-prints, Harper ?" he asked.
" Not a spot," said Harper disgustedly. " There's millions of finger-marks here, but they're all blanks. It looks to me as though Valmon Dain always worked in rubber gloves."
" Now, that's damned odd," said Delbury in a puzzled voice. " Look ! The dead man is wearing rubber gloves."
They gazed at the rubber-shod hands and racked their brains to elucidate the new point of conjecture.
" What do you make of it, Mick ?" he asked helplessly.

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