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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

echoes of it clanged through the house ; and a silence fell. Delbury frowned. It did not augur well. He knocked again-and again-and again.
Then he swore, gently and continuously. The bird had flown. He knew it.
" Mick," he called up the passage, "go back to headquarters and get a search warrant. Hurry. I'm going to break in right now."
Shaughnessy pulled out a notebook and scribbled the address down.
" Quick work, wasn't it ?" he asked, cocking a meaning eye at his chief. " The job didn't happen till after midnight-at the earliest ; it was half-past seven before the body was found, and here's the bird already on the wing. Looks to me as though there's a leak wants stopping up somewhere."
" Seems like it," said Delbury shortly. He was fumbling at a bunch of skeleton keys, thin lengths of strong copper wire with cleverly bent ends. He cast a rapid glance at the lock and then at the shuttered windows.
" M' yes," he muttered, in a preoccupied undertone. " It certainly seems like it, Mick. Now, there's three possibilities. Tansy was either given the wire from Dain's house, or he was aware of the job coming off beforehand, or-there's a nasty escape of gas at Greydene. Which are you taking ?"'
" If it's meself you're askin', I'd say the second. Tansy knew all about the murder attempt before

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