Anchor Larry Rasco introduces a segment about a triple bank robbery. On April 24, a mysterious man known only as "Mr. Hudson" hired four unsuspecting messengers to deliver envelopes to four Houston banks to pick up payrolls. The sealed notes actually threatened to harm the child of the bank teller in each case should they not hand over $10,000. One of the four messengers was unable to deliver the envelope, as the teller was absent. Of the three other deliveries, only one messenger successfully left the bank with money. Belfast State Bank lost $12,000. Following a tip, police arrested 27-year-old John Burke, alias Jaque Barron, early the next day. Officers found nearly $500 in cash on him and another $10,190 in a brown paper sack in his apartment. Burke, a former Las Vegas gossip columnist, confessed to masterminding the scheme. Police quoted him as saying that his first post-robbery purchase was a three-pound jar of caviar.