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A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing 

PC Bellamy takes over one of Alf Ventress' old contacts, Vic Smalley. From him he learns about Ray Craven, who is flush with money and it is not through taking sheep to market, which is his... See full summary »

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Sergeant George Miller
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PC Phil Bellamy
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PC Rob Walker
Tricia Penrose ...
Gina Ward
James Weaver ...
Derek Ford
William Simons ...
Alf Ventress
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PC Geoff Younger
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Vernon Scripps
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Oscar Blaketon
Helena Calvert ...
Clare Owen
Tim Wylton ...
Vic Smalley
David Lonsdale ...
David Stockwell
Anthony Bessick ...
Mo Allsop
Stewart Howson ...
Ray Craven
Steve Newton ...
Craven's Driver
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PC Bellamy takes over one of Alf Ventress' old contacts, Vic Smalley. From him he learns about Ray Craven, who is flush with money and it is not through taking sheep to market, which is his official business. But Bellamy does not exactly make the top of Sergeant Miller's charts when the police make a raid on one of Craven's lorries and find only sheep. When Gina tidies up in her guest Derek Ford's room she discovers that he works for the Inland Revenue. He is "on tour" in the area and Vernon Scripps is next on his list. In fact Scripps owes so much in back tax that he will never be able to pay it and he decides to do something drastic. Too late for him Oscar Blaketon discovers that Ford is a fraud with no connection at all to the Inland Revenue. Written by Carsten Pedersen

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10 April 2005 (UK)  »

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