Harry Nahodil arrested - part 2
FOUR YOUNG MEN ARE ACCUSED OF ROBBING TRUCKS Continued From Page One the baking company, received his load of bread and cakes from the bakery of the company, at Mahanoy City, on Friday night, arriving here with it early Saturday A. M., He lock- lock- ed the truck and left it stand In front of his home and went to bed for a few hours rest before beginning his deliveries. It was his intention to get up about 4:30 o'clock and begin serving his route, but he overslep6 and when he went o the truck, some time after five o'clock, he found that one of the windows had been smashed smashed with a rock, which was lying inside inside the truck. The broken window allowed the robbers to unlock the doors of the truck and the containers containers for the merchandise were forced open. A checkup showed that ten cakes had been stolen from the truck. Mr. Bartis began an Investigation which led to suspicion of the robbery pointing to Howard and Albert Shu-ey, Shu-ey, Shu-ey, 1495 West Water Street, Harry Nahodil, 926 West Mulberry Street and Stanley orvlst, 811 West Chestnut, Chestnut, the quartette having been seen near the truck about 5 o'clock Saturday morning. Warrants were sworn out for the four young men before Justice Hancock, Hancock, and Constable Gray besran the work of rounding up the quartette.. jartette. , vere ar- ar- L t Shuey Norvbt 1 g. onuey ana manoau were ar rested on Saturday. Albert was picked up yesterday and 1 gave himself up this mornine. The hearing, which will be hid' this evening, will be attended bv of. ficlals of the baking company.