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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

he called. " Now finishing the third tour on this relief. The time is twelve minutes past eight. We are now passing into Kingsway from the Aldwych. There is nothing"
" Look, boys ! Look at that guy over on the pavement !" An excited voice cut sharply into his report, and he stopped suddenly.
A dozen eyes glued to the tiny peep-holes and scrutinised the unconscious suspect from head to toe.
Valmon Dain had failed to notice that when he put his hat on, his hair disguise was no longer visible.
He walked down towards the oncoming van, sublimely ignorant of the line of shrewd eyes focussed upon him from behind the covering tarpaulin.
The officer in charge seized the end of a voicepipe and, in a low, quick whisper, warned the driver.
" Easy ! Easy !" he called. " Run her into the kerb. I want to have a look at that man in the overcoat. Yes, the one in the grey trilby. See him ? What do you think of him ?"
The car slowed down to a crawl, and when Dain drew abreast of it, it was barely moving. The Scotland Yard men, eyes glued to the peep-holes, were going over him feature by feature, inch by inch. There was an electric feeling of expectation in the van.
The voice of the wireless telephone operator broke in upon the breathless hush, a quiet, unhurried monologue that only emphasised the tenseness..

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