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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Then the phone-bell from the watcher in St. James's rang.
" Headquarters ?" he called. " Lazard is just leaving in his car for the bank. Two envoys with him."
" Follow him up, " said the Chief ;" and give orders that if anyone remotely resembling Valmon Dain is seen anywhere in the neighbourhood of the bank he is to be shadowed all the way by a good man. Don't arrest him right away. Let him lead you on to his retreat. We have a chance here of clearing out the whole nest. See that you don't bungle it. Who is in charge at the bank end ?"
" Shaughnessy. He has a guard of five out there with him, Chief. He's going to phone through to me the moment anything moves. I have a fast car waiting now."
" Very good. Everything now swings on what happens in Threadneedle Street, I take it ?"
" That's about the size of it, Chief."
In Threadneedle Street there was the usual traffic jam, a rolling half-mile of drays and buses and vans and cabs that glutted the thoroughfare and proceeded in forty-yard crawls. Lazard had been held up in jam after jam all the way from the lower end of the Strand. The continued delays were gnawing at the Count's nerve.
The clocks were already hammering the hour of eleven. Lazard put his head out of the car and saw the long lines of crawling traffic that still lay

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