Law & Order: Special Victims Unit/Stolen

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Season 3, Episode 3
Airdate October 12, 2001
Production Number E2315
Written by Jonathan Greene &
Robert F. Campbell
Directed by James Quinn
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Stolen is the third episode of the third season of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and the forty-sixth episode overall.

Starring: Christopher Meloni (Detective Elliot Stabler), Mariska Hargitay (Detective Olivia Benson), Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch), Stephanie March (A.D.A. Alexandra Cabot), Ice-T (Detective Odafin Tutuola)

and Dann Florek (Captain Donald Cragen)

Special Guest Appearance by: Celia Weston (Margaret Talmadge)

Guest Stars: Ted King (Tony Daricek), Bruce Altman (Mark Sanford), Tamara Tunie (Dr. Melinda Warner), John Seitz (Herbert Talmadge), Kerri Lee Green (Michelle), Josh Pais (Robert Sorenson), Elizabeth Hanly Rice (Linda Cook), Ian Cronin (Tyler Blake / Stephen Talmadge), Saundra McClain (Nurse / Babysitter), Ellen Parker (Erin Blake), Rob Bartlett (Milton Schoenfeld), John Sloman (Adam Blake)

with B.D. Wong (Dr. George Huang)

and David Aaron Baker (Robert Cook)

with Jen Albano (Alicia Brown), Randy Lutterman (Berman), Charlotte Colavin (Judge Serani), William H. Burns (Uniform Policeman #2), Linda Cook (Susan Young), Oliver Solomon (Sgt. Sheldon), David DeBeck (Attorney Stern), Adrienne Dreiss (Rebecca Reiter), John Randolph Jones (Security Chief), Liam Gearity (Stock Boy), Ross Hellwig (Uniform Policeman #1), Jeffrey Zubernis (Boy #1)


Plot Overview

The kidnapping of a baby girl from a grocery store leads SVU to a lawyer engaging in illegal child adoption which links to a past case of Cragen's involving a now 12-year-old boy who was abducted after the murder of his mother when he was a baby.


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