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Cambridge police are using "secret methods" in resuming their search for the person who stole, forged, and put to use 14 checks made out to University employees. So far, no additional checks are reported stolen.

Police arrested Albert C. Knaus, Jr. 1E January 15 after a four-day investigation, but Knaus was acquitted of any connection with the crimes in a trail which ended Tuesday.

Detective Sergeant Eleazar Le Blanc, who is temporarily taking over the investigation while Detective Sergeant James F. Murphy is on vacation, would not say yesterday if he had any new leads. He merely likened the police to bloodhounds, who "never stop until they find their prey," and spoke mysteriously of employing "the secret methods that police sometimes use."

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