Frederick Benedict Muir

A few good id burglary pictures I discovered:

Frederick Benedict Muir
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This mug shot comes from a police recognition publication thought to be
from the 1930s. It was initially discovered in a junk shop by a participant of
the general public and also ultimately donated to Tyne & & Wear Archives
& Museums. No details is readily available to validate which authorities pressure assembled it
yet evidence suggests it’s from the Newcastle after Tyne area.

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Inauguration no. DX1190

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book believed to be from the 1930s. It was originally discovered in a junk shop by
a member of the public as well as consequently donated to Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums. No details is available to validate which law enforcement agency assembled it however evidence suggests it’s from the Newcastle upon Tyne location. This image is component of the
Tyne & Use Archives & Museums established< a href =" http://www.flickr.com/photos/twm_news/sets/72157631080087096/" > Newcastle upon Tyne lawbreakers of the 1930’s. Accession no. DX1190( Copyright) We’re pleased for you to share this electronic photo within the spiritof
The Commons. Please cite’ Tyne & Put on Archives & Museums ‘when reusing. Particular restrictions over top quality reproductions as well as industrial use the initial physical variation use though; if you’re not sure please email archives@twmuseums.org.uk!.?.!