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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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Together they went in. There was a dark passage leading to another room right at the back. Shaughnessy informed him that that was the room which abutted on the top of the alley at the back, the windows of which were barred up and shuttered.
They had not been five minutes in that room before they realised they had stumbled upon a place for which they had been scouring London for many years.
" This chap Tansy is cute," admitted Delbury ; "darn cute. I've been looking for this workshop all over South London. I'd have sworn all the melting was being done on the other side of the bridges. Look here-and here."
Parcels of jewellery were lying about openly on the benches. It was obvious that the fence had opened out his entire stock, taken the most negotiable of the best and bolted in panic with as much as he could carry.
" There's a phone over there, look-ring up the Yard. Tell them to send another man along to look out for this place-or better ask for two. There's far more than one will be able to catalogue. Gosh, the stuff is as thick as leaves in autumn."
Shaughnessy did the phoning while Delbury searched the rest of the house. He scoured and sounded the place from top to bottom, but there

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