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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Hello ! Headquarters," he said. " K. Van speaking. Flash report. We have a man under observation in Kingsway. He is passing us now. - He is proceeding towards the Strand. We are now stationary. We are on the wrong side of the road. He has passed us ; but we shall be overtaking him again in a few moments. He bears every resemblance to the photographs in our possession ; all facial characteristics similar ; height and build identi.cal. Have every reason to believe, on first scrutiny, that it is Valmon Dain."
The car slid into motion again, turned abruptly, and crept down towards its unsuspecting quarry, hugging the kerb yard by yard.
" What do you make of him?" The officer in charge snapped out the question with his face half muffled against the tarpaulin. One after the other the plain-clothes men gave their verdict, and there was not a dissentient voice among them.
" It's Dain-or I'm Dutch," said one. " Look, you couldn't mistake him. I believe we've got a snap of him in that identical coat."
" Sure-that's Dain for a thousand pounds," said another. " I've seen him before, in the flesh. I was bodyguard to him for over a week during the war when he was working on a big Government invention. It's him right enough. I can even recognise his walk."
Then the reply from headquarters broke eerily into the gloom, a resonant eerie voice that merged

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