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him here-I know the writing. He says that Tansy was seen last night down in Aldgate."
" Good clue-follow it up hard," said the Chief. " Send any spare men you have down there now. And tell your nark to phone through the moment he sees him again-and to get his address before he leaves him ! What other line are you taking today ?"
" I'm going to work the Greydene end for all it's worth, Chief. I shall be out there as soon as I've finished making arrangements here. Dain is very much in love with that girl, Mercia ; there's not the slightest doubt about that. I think we shall be able to get our hands on him through her. He has already telephoned her once. He will do it again. He can't keep away too long. I'm even hoping he may risk calling on her."
" Very good," said the Chief. " I'll see you again at midday. Arrange to be at headquarters, will you?"
" I'll be there, Chief."
" And, oh-just one more thing. I shouldn't put too much trust in that girl Lyall if I were you. I'm not satisfied at all with her association with this business. I believe she could tell us a great deal more than she has, if she cared."
Delbury hung up his receiver thoughtfully. He rubbed his chin, and his eyes wandered unseeingly to the pile of papers on his desk.
" Now, what was he hinting at?" he muttered.;

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