CRIME: Badly Wanted'

Black was the Chicago reputation of Willie Doody. Police, searching for him for six months, called him a "two-gun terror," the "babyface killer." On handbills he was listed as "very dangerous." On his head, dead or alive, was a $2,000 reward. He was responsible, said Chicago police, for the hold-up of an Illinois Central train and the murder of a guard; tor the robbery of a Cicero, Ill. post office ot $18,000 and the wounding of a U. S. postal inspector; for the killing of the Chief ot Police of Berwyn.


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