STICK­EL­ERS

Toronto Star - - PUZZLES - BY TERRY STICK­ELS

Be­low is an ana­gram puz­zle where the same let­ters are used to form two dif­fer­ent words. The mas­ter­mind of one of the most in­ge­nious string of rob­beries in his­tory was fi­nally in cus­tody. He had been out­wit­ted by a young po­lice lieu­tenant. The crim­i­nal was im­pressed, and even more as­tounded, when he saw the moun­tain of ev­i­dence the of­fi­cer had _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. He knew his days as a rob­ber were over, so he _ _ _ _ ____ with ev­ery re­quest the lieu­tenant made of him, in­clud­ing nam­ing ac­com­plices.

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