With the aid of smoke bombs, Hyde and his team pull off the bank robbery. Later at his home, the gang celebrates and prepares to take their shares of the loot with them. A drunken former acquaintance, "Bunny" Warner, has moved in next door and almost discovers the stolen money. Inspector Whitfield appears with an army battalion surrounding the house and demands by phone Hyde surrender. When asking what member betrayed them, Hyde learns a little boy wrote down the license number of their moving van. Hyde gives up and finds all his gang are in the paddy wagon...and Bunny to boot!
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