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Newmarket. Extensive Thefts. Robert Jones, farm labourer, of Waen Wen, near Tremeirchion, was charged at Rhyl on Saturday with stealing tools and implements belonging to farmers ill'the Cwm and New- market district. The Courthouse presented an unusual appearance, there being all manner of agricultural implements piled in the room, ranging from a large iron harrow down to pitchforks. The prisoner, who had been arrested by P.C, Davies of Newmarket, pleaded guilty to the whole of the thefts. Inspector Pearson said the man had for 30 years borne an excellent character, and had worked on one farm for more than 20 years, yet it was that for over seven years he had been robbing people wholesale. Police Constable Davies had walked many miles after suspected persons, and eventually traced the prisoner as the thief. It was strange where he had slept, as for five years his sleeping quarters could- not be traced. Prisoner was sentenced to three months' imprisonment with hard labour, and the Bench complimented Constable Davies on his smart capture. It is stated that the police have been in attendance at Waen Wen several days this week, where farmers have recognised imple- ments which had been missing for years. The whole affair has created quite a sensa- tion in the neighbourhood. .:<

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