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Break in the Case

A true crime podcast from New York City Police Department
Website: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/nypd/media/podcast/podcast.page

Credits: Jill Bauerly (Executive Producer), Kenzie DeLaine II (Producer) (edit)

Welcome to Break in the Case, the true crime podcast written and produced by The New York City Police Department in conjunction with the New York City Police Foundation. Listen as we follow the world’s greatest detectives to crime scenes—some which you may know, some which you certainly don’t.
In Season 2, retired Detective Sergeant Wally Zeins joins Break in the Case as our new narrator. Wally worked at the NYPD from 1973 to 2003, ending his career on Night Watch, an exclusive team that investigates all the homicides and high-profile crimes between the hours of midnight and 8 a.m. Prior to joining Night Watch, Wally also served on the hostage negotiation team and became a commanding officer.

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