April 29, 1910
Half a dozen well-dressed men were charged at Liverpool Police Court, yesterday with having loitered with intent to commit felony.
Joseph Kitchener, who described himself as a bookmaker, of Manchester, was stated to have attempted to pick pockets in the crowd which assembled during the Cup Final. He was sent to gaol for three months.
Other men who were alleged to have acted in a suspicious manner, were remanded.
(Source: Sheffield Evening Telegraph: April 29, 1910)
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