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I am Detective Inspector Shaw. ' They were policemen. John looked around to see if he could escape, but the second policeman put his hand on John's shoulder. 40 'Don't try to run away,' said the policeman. ' The policemen took John outside the railway station, where there was a police car waiting. They put John into the back seat and Detective Inspector Shaw got in beside him. The other policeman got into the driving seat and started the car. As they were driving off, John looked back at the station and saw Peter looking at the car.
Come in then,' the voice said. ' 9 Information Come in,' said the man at the door. He was Bob Steel. John and Peter went into the hall. It was dark and they couldn't see very much. Bob Steel went on ahead of them up the stairs. ' John whispered to Peter. Peter nodded and they followed Bob Steel up the stairs and into a small room at the back of the house. Although it was the middle of the day, the curtains were drawn in this room too. The 35 only light came from a small lamp on the table by the bed.
Then Peter remembered. This was the boy he had seen talking to Bob Steel. 14 The Chase Peter looked carefully at the boy in the leather jacket. 'Sit down,' Peter said. ' 'That's right,' replied the boy. He was about sixteen, with dark hair and a thin face. He seemed nervous and his eyes were moving all the time. 'I want to ask you some questions about Mr Stevens,' Peter told the boy calmly. ' asked Tommy Logan. Peter shook his head. 'No, I'm not,' he said. 54 'In that case,' replied the boy, 'I don't have to talk to you.