A double homicide call forces Oliver to take a detour while driving Noelle to her dinner reservations. Two young kids, who looked a lot like Dov and Gail, are the victims. Their not-really-dead bodies were strategically placed at a spot where Frank and Noelle made a big crime bust a decade ago. Seems like a prime location for a wedding proposal. Cheers erupt from their colleagues as Noelle happily says yes when Frank pops the question.
Andy teams with Oliver for her first day back in uniform. She catches sight of a woman scurrying out of a bank. There’s an armed robbery in progress. Andy radios for backup, but must draw her gun on the robber when the situation escalates. She’s shocked to see that masked gunman has a baby strapped to his chest. Andy has no choice but to let him escape. BANG! The gunman shoots the bank manager, Darren, before fleeing out the back with his bag of cash.
Officer Marlo Cruz finds a fake baby doll outside of the bank. The robber used it to divert attention away from so he’d be more difficult to ID. The bank manager slipped some dye packs into the robber’s cash bag. They find the getaway car is registered to an ex-con named Kevin Schaffer. Andy finds the guy hiding in an alley. The suspect manages to knock himself unconscious when he tries to flee. Schaeffer claims he was forced to drive the gunman when he jumped into his car. Andy doesn’t think the suspect they have in custody is the guy who shot the bank teller.
Andy hops into a dumpster near the crime scene to find a burner phone. One of the calls made on it is traced back to just-released criminal named Timothy McCray. He happened to be an old cellmate of the man they already have in custody. Kevin Schaeffer says he had no choice but to help the dangerous McCray. He had no idea anyone would get hurt. As for McCray, a search of his apartment reveals that he may have targeted the bank manager. This turns out to be the case. The manager married McCray’s ex, who reveals the details of her relationship to Nick. It gives him something to think about regarding his own relationship.