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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

were on his heels. We have him in sight now, fifty yards astern of him. Also his taxi number. I suggest that the evidence is now so hot that you instruct his immediate arrest. Please reply quickly. "
He snapped over the little control and waited in a tense silence for the reply. It came on in a few seconds, a keen, incisive voice that struck sharply out of the gaping loud speaker. It was the Chief himself speaking.
" Hello, K. Van. Keep Dain in sight. Delbury is on his way out to Highgate now. He should be there in about five minutes. Let Dain complete his ourney. Delbury is in charge. He can make his own arrangements about bringing him back. He may need your van. If so, it is at his disposal. Message ends."
" Confound 'em all," growled the officer. He saw his chance of making a spectacular arrest of Dain going overboard, and he was disgruntled.
The taxi was certainly making the going. It was one of the new ones, and had a little bit of reserve power under its bonnet for hills. The driver, too, knew his job, and in the more or less empty streets made the journey value for the pound in his pocket.
As he slipped swiftly along the Highgate road, he saw the fine old walls of Greydene, creeper-hung and tree-shaded, rising ahead.
He turned round and looked into the cab, a look of mute inquiry in his eyes. He peered in, and a slow frown of amazement crawled over his face.

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