While investigating a murder that takes place during a diamond heist, the team discovers that the culprits weren't after the diamonds. Meanwhile, a package of diamonds is stolen from the evidence box at the crime lab.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
Kayla Pennington
Ben Rooney
Ricky Spano
Leonard Sterling


Real estate agent Ben Rooney is fatally shot during a hold-up by two masked robbers as he was negotiating the price of exquisite engagement ring. The culprits cleverly escape with a fortune in diamonds on motorbikes, driving into a waiting van, but dump the diamonds. FBI undercover agent Jake Berkeley drove the van, but hadn't found out their identity. A jailed fence explains that diamonds are individually traceable, but the not the gold setting. Delko enters the scene when Ryan discovers the diamonds have disappeared from the CSI evidence room. Written by KGF Vissers

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3 May 2010 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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[evidence from the evidence locker has been stolen]
Ryan Wolfe: Somebody stole the stolen diamonds.
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References JAG: Meltdown (2003) See more »

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Fantastic Opening, And Interesting Throughout
27 April 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A couple of guys from the past - both boyfriends of Calleigh: "Jake Berkeley" (Johnny Whitworth) and "Eric Delko" (Adam Rodriguez).

Eric thinks that Jake might be in on this crime. Is he? It's doubtful. Being an undercover agent has to be just brutal. Nobody quite trusts him: the crooks or the cops.

There is a unique twist in this story that was cool. There are always twists in the CSI episodes but this was a good one, concerning who the thieves were. Also what was excellent was the opening, one that got your attention big-time and stayed that way through the five minutes. It was like watching a really good heist film.

There is an unresolved aspect to this crime with undertones somebody at the lab might be a thief himself....or herself. It makes me wonder if someone isn't kicked off the show when "Delko" returns full-time (I'm assuming) next season.

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