Marker has been working with Kenrick's for two weeks and is slowly becoming settled. However matters go wrong when a colleague, Wilson, has his pay packet stolen. Wilson has found out about Marker's prison record and gives his name to the police.
Frank knows nothing of this until he returns home after buying a bargain at an antique shop. Detective Constable Broome arrives, explains what has happened and asks to search his room. The possession of an attractive antique looks very suspicious. Frank feels victimised and is furious. Broome finds nothing, but Frank is not in the clear. His workmates are in little doubt of his guilt. How can he vindicate himself?
Writer: Roger Marshall Director: Guy Verney
Cast: Alfred Burke (Frank Marker); Pauline Delany (Mrs. Mortimer); John Grieve (Hull); Susan Richards (Antique Shop Lady); Tania Trude (Jenny); William Moore (Kenrick); Maurice Good (Wilson); Brian Croucher (Starkie); Leslie Lawton (Det. Con. Broome); Kenneth Watson (Det. Insp. Risman); Billy Hamon (Barry Osborne); Peter Cellier (Enright); Carmen Dene (Salesgirl); John Baldwin (Workman); Raoul Skinner (Police Patrolman); Joseph O'Connell (Police Driver); William Lucas (Mr. Osborne).