The friends and amateur detectives Rico (Anton Petzold) and Oskar (Juri Winkler) experiencing their last adventure together. Here everything is really only one well, because now they live next door to. Ricos mother Tanya (Karoline Herfurth) and Buhl (Ronald Zehrfeld) are together, Oskar is with his father Lars (Detlev Buck) pulled to Rico into the house. But dies as the grumpy Fitzke (Milan Peschel), the trouble begins. The stone Breeder inherited Rico his beloved stone-collection over which the boy also very pleased - but then he and his buddy note that Rico's favorite stone calf stone was stolen. The task now is to make the thieves apprehended. And because there are on the way to the Baltic Sea, Rico and Oskar must as soon as possible afterwards. Glad Tanja is flown by Buhl in the "snogging holiday" ...
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