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IDARING THEFT FROM A SAVE.…

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DARING THEFT FROM A SAVE. Information has been given to the police of a daring burglary which has taken lilac** in Birmingham. Thieves broke into the premises ot Mr. ttuey, a glass and china dealer, but the contents of the shop did not appeal to them, and they turned their attention to a safe. Apparently they were unable to force the locks, so uiey removed it bodily, and in a secluded spot they succeeded in ripping off the back. The contents of the safe included about C.30 in cash and with thi.g the thieves got clear away. 'The strange part about the affair is that hammers and chisels must have been used to open the safe, but no one sterns to have heard the noise. _—————

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