Dragnet 1967 (1967–1970)
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Burglary: Baseball 

The detectives work in the Burglary Division. They are called to a company where a safe has been opened and the contents stolen.

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Arthur Leo Tyson
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Claire Reavis
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The detectives work in the Burglary Division. They are called to a company where a safe has been opened and the contents stolen.

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9 April 1970 (USA)  »

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It is reported that $1,900 has been stolen from a safe. In 1970, $1,900 had the same buying power as $11,920.36 in 2016. Annual inflation over this period was about 4.07% See more »

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Not bad...not great.
1 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

This was a decent episode of "Dragnet", but it was a bit anti-climactic, if you ask me. Friday and Gannon are investigating a safe burglary and notice that whoever did it was very professional--they obviously knew what they were doing and were very experienced. However, later, the place that was burglarized calls the detectives--it seems that this pro left some very incriminating evidence after all. However, they need to find him--as he hasn't reported to his parole officer in a long time and his current whereabouts are unknown. Additionally, the case seems too easy to solve--no one would be THAT dumb...or would they? Overall, not bad but not particularly memorable either. It's worth seeing--just don't expect it to be among the best of the series.


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