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ACCUSED PLEADS GUILTY. ■ ;'■ "'■;-■'■'..■■ DUNEDIN, May 16. At the Police Court to-day, Victor iJames Robert Keen was ediarged with Hirea-king and entering the Milton Post Office Savings Bank and stealing £520 .JOs in notes, and also with entering the dwelling of the manager and stealing a bunch of keys. Accused pleaded guilty to bol: charges and was committed to the Su|>re»ie. J Court for sentence. 'Nearly all of the money has been .actKHinted for. : : Accused was' then charged that at Makaroa, in April 1918, he forged the name of 0.. Gaudin to a telegram with the intention it should be accepted as genuine. A remand was granted till Friday next.

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POST OFFICE ROBBED., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9611, 16 May 1919

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POST OFFICE ROBBED. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9611, 16 May 1919

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