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The New York Times
December 10, 1922


Two Men Held on Charge of Stealing Linens From an Auto.

Robert Wilner of the Hollis Hotel, Boston, and Edward F. Hallenbeck of 114 Norway Avenue, Boston, charged with having stolen two suitcases of linen from an automobile parked in front of a restaurant at 100th Street and Broadway Friday night, were held yesterday by Magistrate William A. Sweetser in West Side Court in bail of $3,000 each for examination Dec. 12.

The linen was the property of David Sirgany, an importer, living at 118 Montague Street, Brooklyn.  The two were captured and charged with grand larceny through the vigilance of William Keating, 14 years old, of 114 West 100th Street, who had been hired to watch the automobile while the importer was dining.

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