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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Lyall left home. The Ghost says that much in his card. Tansy was to be one of the main planks in his alibi. When he found the game was up he just bolted. "
Delbury nodded grimly. " You breeze off and get that warrant-and tell the driver to step on the gas. We shall have half the neighbourhood round us if we stay here much longer. I'll be in by the time you get back."
The Irishman went back to the car, and in two minutes he was out of sight, sliding up the Bayswater Road and urging the driver to open her out.
Delbury resumed his attentions to the recalcitrant door. For another five minutes his efforts were abortive. It was quite an ordinary street door, ironmonger's lock ; the veriest tyro should have been able to pick it. Yet for some reason it defied him.
Delbury decided. that the departing Tansy had left a little keepsake behind him. He smiled to himself, and produced from his pocket a long, thin pair of tweezers. They worked on a spring from the butt end. He inserted them and explored inside till he found the obstruction. Something was tangled round the wards. He got it out at last, a single cotton thread, but there was about fifteen yards of it, all poked with beautiful effectiveness into the all-important vitals of the lock.
Delbury was not over-perturbed. Fifty per cent. of the detective's stock-in-trade is patience. And

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