Blake is asked to investigate the disappearance of Constance Trayles husband, but the missing person's search turns into a murder investigation when the man is found to have suffocated to death in his company's vault. Circumstantial evidence points to the dead man's business partner, but the state trooper begins to wonder if the businessman hasn't been framed for the crime.
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Lt. Rod Blake
Oh, hello. I'm Rod Blake, chief investigator for the Nevada state troopers. Circumstantial evidence is every peace officer potential nightmare... the fear of building an airtight case around an innocent man. Of course, we pride ourselves on building one around a guilty man. This was the circumstantial evidence in the case I'm thinking of. We had a lightbulb that didn't throw any light, eyeglasses and we couldn't see and a crowbar that might have saved a man's live. You'll see them ...