DEITZ AARON LEZARE
At the Thames Police-court yesterday Deitz Aaron Lezare, a watchmaker, of Rue de Blanre Monceaux, Paris, was charged on remand with receiving about £25, belonging to Joseph Keir, a furrier, of Rue Palmelles, Paris. The money was said to have been stolen by Suzanne Keir (aged fourteen), prosecutor's daughter, who afterward went to Lezare and told him what she had done. The two came to London, where they bought tickets for Toronto, but were arrested before starting for Liverpool. Yesterday the magistrate discharged the girl, who went away in the care of her father. Mr. Chester Jones yesterday said there was not sufficient evidence to show the money had been stolen without the attendance of the girl. If the father felt aggrieved he could proceed by extradition. Prisoner would be discharged.
Source: Evening Express and Evening Mail - 3rd November 1909