KEITH CYRIL MARQUIS AMY the British bank cashier who is wanted by Scotland Yard in connection with the theft of GBP28,000 from a bank in Dorchester, was traced by Cyprus Police.
SV Sing District Court House, Nicosia
SV Amy through court yard with escort (2 shots)
SV Guard closes barrier
SV Court house exterior.
SV Mr Wm Mills, British First Secy in Cyprus inside court building
SV Amy talks to lawyer
SV AMY with others incourt bldg.
No shots are ever allowed in the Cyprus court. By information, to-day, Amy pleaded guilty and confessed that he took the money and hid it in a box in a certain station in England
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Background: KEITH CYRIL MARQUIS AMY the British bank cashier who is wanted by Scotland Yard in connection with the theft of GBP28,000 from a bank in Dorchester, was traced by Cyprus Police. In Limassol, where he stayed with an English woman who runs a bar in Limassol, and is said to be his cousin.
Amy was taken before the Nicosia District Court to-day, and remanded in custody for eleven more days. Council of the Republic Mr. Loucaides said, this extention is required for the completion of certain legal prerequisites before the suspect will be sent back to United Kingdom.