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IYnyshir Collier's Thefts.

IThe Missing Pendant.


The Missing Pendant. Thomas Roberts, a Blaenclydach ool- lier, was charged at Pontypridd on Wed- nesday with stealing a gold pendant, value £ _•, from Mr. Edwin Thomas, land- lord of the Bush Hotel, Blaenclydach. Prosecutor said that on May 3rd he had occasion to eject the prisoner and another man from the hotel, and a struggle en- sued, in the course of which witness missed his watch, chain, and pendant. Ha subsequently recovered the watch and chain in the hotel, but not the pendant. John Thomas, timekeeper, Clydaeu Vale, said prisoner offered him the gold pendant for sale. Witness recognised it as being the missing property, and at once gave information to the police. Prisoner was arrested by P.C. David Williams, and in reply to the charge he said, I don't know how I got it. X found it in my pocket last Sunday." Prisoner pleaded that he was drunk on. the night in question and denied theft. A we oi 40s., or fourteen days, was imposed.

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