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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

the police. A police officer is on his way to you now. Thank you, good-bye!"
With an awful air of finality the constable rang off.

CHAPTER IX


DELBURY and Shaughnessy climbed out of their car in the Notting Hill backwater. A hurried inspection of the local directory had soon located the jewelleryshop that admitted to the proprietorship of one Tansy.
They glanced up and down the road. There was no traffic, and only a solitary pedestrian or two hurrying to work broke the monotonous emptiness of the street.
" Looks a likely sort of a hole for a jeweller's," said Shaughnessy grimly. " It's meself that's thinkin' Mr. Tansy has a turnover of tuppence an hour-no less ! "
" Looks good to me," assented Delbury. " The Ghost says he's a smelter, and you can stake your buttons on it he's right. Jump round the back. Criminals aren't early risers, as a class. He's still in bed yet. Round you go-and hang on to him like a limpet if he tries to make a bolt."
Delbury gave his man five minutes' grace, and then banged thunderously on the knocker. The

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