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Young Ninja Group (ages 3-5)

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Wyatt Roberts
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[S7E11] The Bicycle Thief [WORK]

To begin tracking down the thief, Monk and Natalie head down to the police station and start thumbing through a book of official police mugshots, as Monk figures that their thief is local and has had previous arrests. Monk has already deduced that their thief was 67.5 inches in height - he knows this because Natalie is 65 inches in height, she wears 1.5 inch heels, and the thief was one inch taller than her. Monk turns a page, and he and Natalie are staring into the mugshot of John Kuramoto, their theft. Monk notes from the sheet that Kuramoto has a minor criminal background with two previous arrests and convictions for vehicle theft. Monk wonders, why has this minor car thief turned to stealing others' bikes?

[S7E11] The Bicycle Thief


Down at the police station, Stottlemeyer and Disher grill Vince, Kuramoto's cousin, for information on John's whereabouts. He doesn't know where his cousin is, even though Randy points out to Vince that he is staying at his cousin's house. Stottlemeyer proceeds to show Vince an evidence bag containing the bullet recovered from Monk's leg, which Randy explains makes Kuramoto a former cop shooter. Randy and Vince get into a small argument about the meaning of "former cop shooter," until an exasperated Stottlemeyer interrupts, and points out to Vince that if he knows where Kuramoto is and is lying to them, he could be charged as an accessory to attempted murder.At this, Vince mentions that normally John is a pretty nice person, until recently when someone paid him $3,000 to steal a bicycle. Vince doesn't know who hired his cousin, apart from the fact that John met someone in a bar. Stottlemeyer and Disher become very intrigued.

Detective Murdoch investigates a series of robberies where the thieves have dug through the the ground and into various shops or banks. The thieves only steal diamonds however. Murdoch suspects the thief is using some type of boring device and that he and Julia may have actually felt it burrowing under the ground the night of the first robbery. Constable Crabtree develops his own theories after interviewing Elva Gordon, a deep cave explorer who believes the Earth is hollow and that there might be an entire world of people living underground. Crabtree now believes "mole people" may be at work. That theory doesn't impress Murdoch who decides to use modern technology to track the boring machine.

In what could be their last case as partners, Jake and Charles go to great extremes to apprehend a local bike thief. Terry shockingly isn't in the lead for "Mr. Nine-Nine" (the detective who has solved the most cases), leaving Rosa determined to boost his ego. Meanwhile, Amy spends some precious time with Holt. 041b061a72


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