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Post-office robbed by London mobsmen


May 9, 1893
A daring post-office robbery was perpetrated in Liverpool on Tuesday. During the temporary absence of an assistant a branch office was entered, the thieves getting behind the counter and stealing £20 in money and £40 in postal orders. It is believed that the robbery was committed by some London mobs-men.
(Western Gazette: May 12, 1893)

 

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