Harvey Bailey 12041934
HARVEY lilll II IS WANTED FOR MURDER BY DPMVFR Mil li t U I ULn i Liii ■ uuiv» SOLUTION MINT ROBBERY TWELVE YEARS AGO INVOLVES KIDNAPER DENVER, Colo., Dec. 3.— (JP}— Claims that the $200,000 robbery at the Denver mint 12 years ago had been solved were followed today by a move to bring Harvey Bailey, outlaw and kidnaper, to Colorado on a charge of murder. Albert lark, chief of detectives, who announced the solution Saturday night, said he planned to confer with District Attorney Earl Wettengel on the possibility of bringing Bailev here for trial in connection with the death of Charles T, Linton, federal reserve bank guard, who was shot during the robbery Bailey now is serving a sentence at Alcatraz prison for the kidnap ing of Charles F, Urschel. Oklahoma oil magnate. Clark named Bailey as the driver of the motor car used by the robbers. Clark said he also would try to bring to trial here, on murder charge James Clark, now serving a life term on * Clinton, Ind., bank robbery conviction. The chief named James Clark and Bailey as being the only two survivors of the band of five men and two women involved in the mint robbery. The detective chief said he expected “additional' arrests” in the near future in the mint hold up case.