Call the police

Call the police   
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I--used to know the gentleman who sent you, so I think it will hardly be necessary to call the police.
I suppose we ought to call the police in now," said he.
If you choose to call the police, let the police find what they can.
And don't you think he would have been anxious to call the police either.
Thomas," she commanded, "go to the telephone and call the police.
Anybody with information should call the police on 101, quoting incident 75 of July 30 or contact charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Chillingly, he said: "I know where you live," prompting Susan to call the police, who arrived within minutes to her house in Blackburn, West Lothian.
A court heard how 72-year-old Carol Jones kept her cool and threatened to call the police when faced with a teenager and his accomplice wearing balaclavas and a paintballing mask.
The victim tried to call the police for help from her mobile phone, after which the accused pushed her out of his car and fled.
A burglar who has obviously not got the hang of crime yet, begged a homeowner to call the police so he could be rescued after becoming stuck in a window.
CALL THE POLICE tackles four other John Smith's Grand National entries in the Derrygrath Chase (3.