It’s after the time of the Great War, and Blair has returned to the service of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. On a train, a couple of bank robbers discuss their next job. It’ll be a push over since the Canadian cops don’t even carry weapons. The robbery will be a cinch, and all that’s needed is a good get away plan.
The two bandits enter the bank of the sleepy little town, and as they leave, the clerk and manager have been locked in the vault. Word gets to Blair when the manager gets himself free, but have the bandits gotten away?
Time goes by, and the bandits seem to have made a clean break. The two tough guys fall in with a religious sect, and to blend in they agree to take part of the local festivities. The bandits discover that the religious group is a band of nudists, and that they have taken their clothes. Not only their clothes, but their bag with the money in it. The nude religious leader tells them that if they join the sect, that all money belongs to the group.
Meanwhile, Blair puts the bank robbery on hold as he takes on the easy job of monitoring the naked parade with his partner. The sect is usually peaceful enough but they seem a little bolder than usual, and in keeping them out of certain public areas of town, a couple clues fall into Blairs lap, and the evidence of the large sum of cash comes out.
Sure enough the bandits are easily identified, and in their vulnerable state, put up no match as Blair hauls them in.