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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

was no sign of human beings. Tansy had made his getaway without standing on ceremony.
" And where do we go from here ?" asked Shaughnessy, when the search was finished.
" Greydene-I want to see Mercia Lyall," said Delbury grimly. " Come along out to the car. I'm going right now."
They went out and waited for the two lost property experts from the Yard to put in an appearance. They were soon on the spot, and Delbury, in a few pithy sentences, gave them a rough outline of the case.
" If you get any callers asking specially for Tansy, arrest 'em," he said. "Arrest 'em out of hand. You can take 'em on suspicion of whatever you like, but hang on to 'em. You can apologise afterwards if you're wrong. But you won't be wrong. This place is an absolute nest of old lags -there are cross-connections with half the big burglaries of London in that back room. And Heaven itself only knows how many thousand pounds of good gold have gone through the pot in there-stuff that will never be found again."
Delbury nodded to the driver and the car slid away. It was barely a twenty-minutes run out to Greydene. Delbury busied himself with the revision of a great sheaf of notes laid out on his knees.
As the car pulled up at the entrance gates both detectives saw a familiar figure making its way up the drive.

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