Steve Naylor was imprisoned for six years for his part in stealing $250,000 in an armored car robbery. The money was never recovered and an insurance investigator has been watching him and informing Dan Mathews of his movements. When the investigator informs Dan Mathews that Naylor has suddenly broken his routine, Dan and his officers know they must be discreet about following the tail-wise felon. They use an unmarked car and triangulation radio equipment (complete with concealed transmitter) to follow Naylor and his accomplice Carson to the remote hiding place. A gun battle erupts after the money has been dug up. Naylor and Carson's greed and mutual distrust for each other result in an ironic climax. Written by
After serving "five years in the pen" for his part in a $250,000 heist, released convict Paul Sorensen (as Steve Naylor) is out of jail and looking to pick up his share of the never recovered loot. He goes to a diner and meets greasy owner Gary Roark (as Carson), who has the other half of a guide to the money. The suspicious and tenuously partnered men drive off to get the cash. Little do they know "Highway Patrol" star Broderick Crawford (as Dan Mathews) is hot on their trail. A shoot-out ends tragically for some. Undercover in the diner officer Eddie Gallagher (as Peterson) has a nice bit.
***** Released Convict (3/26/56) Paul Guilfoyle ~ Paul Sorensen, Broderick Crawford, Gary Roark, Eddie Gallagher
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