Blue Heelers (1994–2006)
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With Susan working at the school, a children's project and thefts bring missing valuables and suspects. The police have to go back and question everyone involved, including the kids. This brings Susan and Tom at odds again.

Director:

Fiona Banks

Writers:

Jenny Lewis, Hal McElroy (creator) (co-writer) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tasma Walton ... Const. Deirdre E. 'Dash' McKinley
Damian Walshe-Howling ... Const. Adam Cooper
Lisa McCune ... Const. Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle
William McInnes ... Sr. Const. Nicholas 'Nick' Shultz
Martin Sacks ... Sr. Det. Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham
Julie Nihill ... Christine 'Chris' Reilly
John Wood ... Sgt. Tom Croydon
Beth Buchanan Beth Buchanan ... Susan Croydon
Rebekah Jay Rebekah Jay ... Natalie Bassetti
Jane Harber ... Chloe Bassetti
Rebecca Daniel Rebecca Daniel ... Laura Bassetti
Paul English ... Guy Ashfield
Alan Cassell Alan Cassell ... Henry Biggins
Simon O'Brien Simon O'Brien ... Justin Biggins
Jules Hutchinson Jules Hutchinson ... Donna Walton
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Maggie and PJ are embroiled in a series of burglaries, which look as though they're originating from the school where Susan, Tom's daughter, is assisting as a relief teacher. PJ has analysed every possible link between the burgled houses. After eliminating the Juicy Rooster Chicken delivery man he is left with no alternative but to investigate the school. While Susan has her hands full with students such as Chloe Bassetti, who stole valuable coins out of her desk and tried to hock them, PJ is convinced that an assignment Susan set was designed to find out details of where valuables are kept in the kids' houses. Susan isn't happy being the immediate suspect but the Heelers can't forget her somewhat chequered past. She finally explains that it wasn't her that set the assignment, but the principal of the school, Guy Ashfield, a problem gambler who has previously been investigated for embezzling funds. Guy pleads innocence, and when a locket is found at the scene of a recent break-in, it ...

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 July 1997 (Australia) See more »

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