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New Tricks

New Tricks

Good Morning Lemmings

New Tricks "Good Morning Lemmings"
Airs Thursday, October 25 at 8:00 PM

The team get involved when graffiti claiming 'I Killed Flak' appears around London, Flak being tag artist Danny Tyler,killed four years earlier. He was part of an artist collective the Maze Group which broke up when Danny received patronage to go solo from art lover Sir David Bryant,a fact which caused resentment from others in the group. Gallery owner Sara Hamlyn admits responsibility for the current graffiti,a publicity stunt for her Flak exhibition but draws the team's attention to a theft from her gallery of one of Flak's works before he died. The team are led to believe that Sir David stole it as he needed money and killed Flak during the resultant argument. Another ex-Maze group member Kevin Humphreys has been blackmailing Sir David as a result. But then Bryant's wife Catherine gives Sandra information which puts things in a different light. Brian has all the while been enjoying a following on Twitter as Top Cop 99,a fact which almost puts the case in jeopardy. Written by don @ minifie-1

Brenda and the team reopen the investigation into the murder of graffiti artist Danny Tyler who died from a head trauma caused by a blunt instrument. Their interest in the case has arisen from the appearance of recent graffiti proclaiming 'I Killed Flak", Flak being Tyler's street name. Tyler had acquired a level of fame and his work is now quite valuable. They have CCTV footage of the latest graffiti artist but the person can't really be identified. There was clearly friction among the taggers in Tyler's clique, not the least of which due to his rising fame and they were also involved in a string of ATM robberies. When the 'I Killed Flak' graffiti is shown to be a publicity stunt, they look at an art patron as a possible suspect. Meanwhile, Brian has taken to using Twitter with the user-name topcop999 but his fascination with it results in him becoming sloppy in his daily work. Written by garykmcd

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