Emil and the detectives
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What can I do for you?
What is going on out here?
That man stole my money!
By: Emmett McNulty
Did you notice any damage on the notes?
The boy in the glasses is called "the professor", and the other boy is named Gustav. They are watching a man named Grundeis. Grundeis has stolen a 5 pound note and two 1 pound notes from Emil. Grundeis is trying to trade out the money so he doesn't get caught with it, but he doesn't know that Emil and his friends are tracking him.
This other boy is named Emil. He has had money stolen from him. Grundeis is the one who stole the money from him. Emil lost the money on a train to Berlin to see his cousin and grandmother. His mother gave him the money to him, but she wasn't able to come with him. In this scene, the children are so loud that the bank manager comes out of his office.
The money is Emil's!
The manager has asked Emil some questions about the money. The bankers are starting to side with the boys.Then he asked a question that pointed in the other direction.
After him! He is a thief!
Emil forgets that he put a pin through the notes, so he almost gives the money to Grundeis. He realizes that at the last moment. The money almost went to Grundeis.
Once he told the bankers that, they decided that the money was Emil's. Then Grundeis started running.
Emil chases Grundeis and gets his money back. Thanks to his cousin, the police get there soon. Emil has just caught a thief!
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