The discovery of a dead body rekindles a 25-year-old mystery involving a robbery and a dead boy, and an amateur forensic investigator helps crack the case. Meanwhile, Brass's daughter is in the hospital after an overdose.

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Desert town sheriff Combs shows the CSi team the corpse of a man raised there, who returned after founding a business in Texas to hunt for the lost loot of a bank robbery 25 years ago. As a kid, he and a local mate survived finding the cash hidden in 'their' play shed, where one of the two robbers bled to death. The third boy went missing, presumed killed and dumped in Lake Mead, but was never found. CSI teams up with local ex-cop Sam Bishop, who never ceased documenting and studying the case. Together, they find the site where the missing boy was buried and the recent murder weapon, a priceless antique Persian stone statue. A partial fingerprint of a rare type helps reconstruct the gruesome succession of crimes. Written by KGF Vissers

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7 May 2014 (USA)  »

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Roger Mathers was 12 years old in 1989, which would make his birth year 1977. When he's found dead 25 years later in present day, the CSIs look at his driver's license for identification. The driver's license shows his birth year as 1967. He couldn't be born in 1967 if he was only 12 years old in 1989. See more »

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Nick Stokes: He Sara, find anything in the treasure hunting car?
Sara Sidle: Well, he wasn't a health mad, that's for sure. It looks like he ran a solar business down in Plano. Says on the back he is company owner
Nick Stokes: Are you kidding me? Selling solar in Texas?
Sara Sidle: What, Texas doesn't have sun?
Nick Stokes: Ha ha ha, Texas has oil. When I was growing up, you mentioned something like this it was blasphemy!
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References Stand by Me (1986) See more »

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