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The team tries to find out who is responsible for a jewel heist at the home of a powerful defense attorney. However, they soon discover that everybody who comes in contact with the jewels is turning up dead.

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James Belson
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Roland Carson
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Heath Kirkfield
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Logan Peele
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A jewel heist at the penthouse of one of New York's most powerful attorneys takes a bizarre turn and the case leads the CSIs to a seemingly unrelated man in the morgue. Written by CBS Publicity

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Det. Don Flack: Recognize our robbery vic?
Det. Mac Taylor: Roland Carson, defense attorney.
Det. Don Flack: I prefer "scumbag lawyer", but yeah, that's him.
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To Catch A Thief, er Thieves
21 December 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a high-tech heist, right from the get-go as we see thieves breaking into a rich defense attorney's penthouse, stealing bills, bond and most-importantly, five million dollars worth of jewels.

The attorney is "Roland Carson," played well by Gregroy Harrison. During the holdup, Carson's bodyguard, an ex-partner of "Danner Messer" is shot while defending his boss. As the program develops a few more people - like the thieves themselves - are found dead. Who's left?

Who is behind this heist? That's the storyline here in this episode, which is another interesting one.

Note: Harrison used to star in television programs, such as "Trapper John, M.D." and "Logan's Run."


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