Robbery detail. Food markets are being held up by a well dressed bandit.
Audio quality is on the low end of good.
Walking through police headquarters, Joe and Ben light up as they await their next assignment. Pollard is a self confessed burglar who turns himself in. The interrogation plods on to draw out all the details in his operations. As detailed as he is, the detectives trip him up. He’s not their man.
Hitting the street, Joe is soon gathering details from another market owner. Mr Talbot is calm as he outlines the events with the well dressed, briefcase toting robber. A clue comes when the get away car is described. A fire engine red, new Pontiac.
The owner of the car is identified, and is naturally evasive, but a briefcase and revolver are found. Where’s the friend who borrowed the car? The robberies continue as relentless as ever.
A stakeout on the suspects hotel is in place, and the neighborhood canvassed, but no sign of the robber has turned up. With another robbery, Joe is told the red car was spotted with an accomplice at the wheel, to act as the get away driver. Visiting an amusement park, Joe and Ben are directed to the merry go round worker, and the shooting gallery to get a lead on their man. A solid connection is made, stakeouts beefed up, and the waiting game continues. Gunplay, a chase on foot, but they have the wrong man. Walking back to police headquarters Ben feels the affects of too many hot dogs and too much popcorn. While they wait., the phone lines report the news that the search is over.