Production info

Old Dogs
UK, 2006  TV  

TV-series New Tricks

Amanda Redman, Dennis Waterman, James Bolam, Alun Armstrong

A spate of violent dog killings 30 years ago provoked an outcry from animal rights activists and the public. But the investigating team were never able to identify the killer. When a dog is found dead on Hampstead Heath, with hallmarks of the original killings, the team are asked to re-examine the case. With only one suspect being identified during the first investigation, they have to work fast before any more animals are slaughtered. As the new investigation progresses, surprisingly an old Egyptology professor becomes a new and very likely suspect...

Episode from the television detective series "New Tricks" about three retired police officers who are drafted in to solve cold cases.

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