Fax alert

January 24, 1997

While we do not know about the staff, there appears to be a crisis of morale among the office equipment at the CVCP. Staff were shocked last week when two police officers burst in and dashed up the stairs. Hopes that they would re-emerge escorting several handcuffed v-cs were dashed when they came back empty handed, explaining that a 999 call had been traced to a room in the building. When the police opened the door, they found that the originator of the distress signal was a lonely-looking fax machine.

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