Malloy and Reed are assigned as vacation fill-in at LA airport. As Zebra-12 they work on foot and motorbikes around LAX, handling an amazing number of crimes. Pete makes time with a shapely blonde supervisor at a ticket counter.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Sgt. Porter
Fred Stromsoe ...
Mrs. Wheatley
Scott Garrett ...
Keith Wheatley
Michael Bow ...
Car Burglar
Marine (as Mike Warren)
Paul Franklin
Mr. Payne (as Geoff Scott)
John Rayner ...
Mr. Wardall
Jody Drake


The officers along with Officer Woods are filling in at LAX Airport for officers on vacation. Since their last duty there, the airport has added closed circuit TV allowing them to see a burglary in the parking lot and giving them time to stop and arrest the burglars as they leave the airport. While on patrol they see two men argue over a suitcase. When it is opened, they find a large amount of drugs. A fight between a man in an Army uniform and a civilian is a con man who stole money from the soldier and it happened to be Japanese Yen. A beautiful ticketing clerk who has Malloy's interest points out a man buying tickets using a different name than the previous week. A chase ensues and the man is part of a pair who steal new cards at the Post Office and buy tickets with them. Last job is to escort a runaway back to security until his mother arrives. A silent alarm indicates a parking toll gate being robbed. The officers pursue the man and catch him in a van with the driver as a hostage... Written by Anonymous

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12 March 1974 (USA)  »

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