NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 14, 1972
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(Studio) In real life version of French Connection police got 73 pounds heroin. 57 pounds worth $12 million stored near New York City police headquarters Now it's been stolen. (Film shows chase scene in 20th Century Fox production, "French Connection.") [New York Police Commissioner Pat MURPHY - says police check out dope seized from criminals to use for evidence in trials. This provides opportunity for theft or switch of evidence.]
REPORTER: John Chancellor
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