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Echo
London, U.K.
24 October 1888

ARREST IN WHITECHAPEL

Early this morning a man, who was in the company of a woman in the Whitechapel-road, and who seemed to be behaving in a suspicious manner, was given in charge by some persons who had been watching the couple. On the man, who seemed half intoxicated, refusing to give his name or account for himself in any way, he was detained at Leman-street Station. The police attach no importance whatsoever to the arrest.