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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:01,000 --> 00:00:02,800 Previously on broadchurch... 2 00:00:03,680 --> 00:00:06,960 Beth: Danny? Give me a call, sweethean'. I want to know where you are. 3 00:00:07,120 --> 00:00:09,640 The body of an 11-year-old child 4 00:00:09,800 --> 00:00:13,000 was found on harbour cliff beach at broadchurch. 5 00:00:13,160 --> 00:00:15,120 - Alec Hardy. - I know. You got my job. 6 00:00:15,280 --> 00:00:18,360 - He was strangled. - We are treating Danny's death as suspicious. 7 00:00:19,640 --> 00:00:22,040 Until we're ready, all of this remains confidential. 8 00:00:22,200 --> 00:00:24,720 - Broadchurch echo. - Ellie: I can't talk to you. 9 00:00:24,880 --> 00:00:27,840 Chloe: Why have you released his name? It's on Twitter. 10 00:00:28,000 --> 00:00:31,520 - Hardy: Who told the journalist? - They made it look like an accident. 11 00:00:31,680 --> 00:00:34,120 - What are they asking? - Where were you last night? 12 00:00:34,280 --> 00:00:35,800 I told you, I was on a job. 13 00:00:35,960 --> 00:00:38,200 Is there anything you want to tell me now? 14 00:00:38,360 --> 00:00:41,200 Hardy: If you or someone you know has any information, 15 00:00:41,360 --> 00:00:43,120 please come forward now. 16 00:00:47,560 --> 00:00:49,040 We will catch whoever did this. 17 00:01:51,440 --> 00:01:53,440 How are you doing, lovely? 18 00:01:55,760 --> 00:01:57,640 You had nightmares. 19 00:01:57,800 --> 00:02:00,880 - Did I? - You were shouting in your sleep. 20 00:02:02,640 --> 00:02:04,240 What was I saying? 21 00:02:04,400 --> 00:02:07,040 Couldn't make it out. You said "Danny" at one point. 22 00:02:08,360 --> 00:02:10,440 Will I have to talk to the police? 23 00:02:11,520 --> 00:02:14,520 Yeah, at some point. But not today, I don't think. 24 00:02:15,680 --> 00:02:18,480 Unless you can think of anything that might help us. 25 00:02:20,680 --> 00:02:22,680 When I have to talk to them... 26 00:02:24,560 --> 00:02:26,560 Can it be with you? 27 00:02:27,760 --> 00:02:29,760 I don't think so. 28 00:02:34,880 --> 00:02:38,160 "I hope you and your family find some peace." 29 00:02:38,320 --> 00:02:40,600 What do you write that doesn't sound glib? 30 00:02:40,760 --> 00:02:42,760 They'll appreciate it. 31 00:02:44,520 --> 00:02:47,560 Heard anything on when that tent will be off the beach? 32 00:02:47,720 --> 00:02:50,160 When they're done, I suppose. No time soon. 33 00:02:50,320 --> 00:02:53,320 I just hope they find the killer, and chop his balls off. 34 00:02:53,480 --> 00:02:55,000 Come and have a drink later. 35 00:02:55,160 --> 00:02:58,160 - Hey, how you going? - Good. Loving the room, thanks. 36 00:03:02,840 --> 00:03:04,480 Olly? Hi. 37 00:03:04,640 --> 00:03:07,680 - Oh! Karen. - Nice place. 38 00:03:07,840 --> 00:03:10,920 Yeah, well, you know, when the fuses haven't blown. 39 00:03:11,080 --> 00:03:13,360 So, I don't suppose you've got a spare desk 40 00:03:13,520 --> 00:03:16,800 or just a corner of the office I can squirrel myself away in? 41 00:03:16,960 --> 00:03:19,680 - We are part of the same newspaper group. - Of course. 42 00:03:19,840 --> 00:03:21,360 Maggie Radcliffe. I'm the editor. 43 00:03:21,520 --> 00:03:24,240 - Karen white, daily herald. - You're here fast. 44 00:03:24,400 --> 00:03:26,760 I remember your stuff on the Yorkshire ripper. 45 00:03:26,920 --> 00:03:29,400 - Long time ago now. - Karen wondered if there's a spare desk. 46 00:03:29,560 --> 00:03:32,000 - I'll be no bother, just... - No. 47 00:03:34,440 --> 00:03:36,760 Well, we're a very busy operation here. 48 00:03:38,000 --> 00:03:40,240 - Yeah. - And if I give you a desk, 49 00:03:40,400 --> 00:03:42,920 what happens if others start showing up? 50 00:03:44,400 --> 00:03:47,480 Not to worry. Thanks, anyway. I'll see you soon. 51 00:05:19,880 --> 00:05:22,600 Di Hardy? Karen white, daily herald. 52 00:05:22,760 --> 00:05:25,080 I know. You came to the briefing last night. 53 00:05:25,240 --> 00:05:27,640 I just wondered if I could buy you a cup of tea. 54 00:05:27,800 --> 00:05:29,760 You're astonishing. 55 00:05:29,920 --> 00:05:32,240 Well, if you need me, I'm staying at the trader's. 56 00:05:34,360 --> 00:05:38,400 Give me the details, cid will call you back when someone's available. 57 00:05:38,560 --> 00:05:41,640 Sir, for you. You need to get yourself organised up there. 58 00:05:41,800 --> 00:05:43,840 It's Saturday and the phone lines can't cope. 59 00:05:44,000 --> 00:05:45,600 Hello. Broadchurch police. 60 00:05:47,720 --> 00:05:50,560 - Morning. We got you a coffee. - I don't drink coffee. 61 00:05:50,720 --> 00:05:52,440 Course you don't. 62 00:05:53,440 --> 00:05:55,320 Frank said you were out at the cliffs. 63 00:05:55,480 --> 00:05:58,160 I walked Danny's paper round. There's a hut on briar cliff, 64 00:05:58,320 --> 00:06:01,240 mile and a half along the coast from where Danny's body was found. 65 00:06:01,400 --> 00:06:03,440 Find out who owns it and the car park below. 66 00:06:03,600 --> 00:06:05,480 Collect the cctv from the camera there. 67 00:06:05,640 --> 00:06:07,520 How're we doing on the house to house? 68 00:06:07,680 --> 00:06:10,120 We've got five uniform allocated, two probationers, 69 00:06:10,280 --> 00:06:13,280 one who can't drive, and one who'd never taken a statement before. 70 00:06:13,440 --> 00:06:15,880 - That's all they've given us? - It's a summer weekend. 71 00:06:16,040 --> 00:06:19,520 You've got three music festivals and two sporting events within 100 miles, 72 00:06:19,680 --> 00:06:22,200 so all the officers are attached to them until Monday. 73 00:06:22,360 --> 00:06:23,680 Don't tell the family. 74 00:06:23,840 --> 00:06:26,200 Uniform are moaning they're having to take calls. 75 00:06:26,360 --> 00:06:28,320 We're getting more phone lines put in. 76 00:06:28,480 --> 00:06:31,240 Clear desk policy end of the day, yeah? 77 00:06:32,840 --> 00:06:36,160 Soco are at work on the beach, it's gonna be a long one. 78 00:06:36,320 --> 00:06:39,120 Oh, we're still going through the latimer house. 79 00:06:40,160 --> 00:06:41,440 Sorry, are you listening? 80 00:06:41,600 --> 00:06:43,760 Danny's skateboard. Danny's mobile. Priority. 81 00:06:43,920 --> 00:06:46,960 Also, main suspects. You know this town, who's the most likely? 82 00:06:47,840 --> 00:06:50,280 If the boy was killed before he was left on the beach, 83 00:06:50,440 --> 00:06:52,320 where's the murder scene? 84 00:06:52,480 --> 00:06:54,120 What are you doing now? 85 00:06:55,280 --> 00:06:59,160 We've managed to find a family liaison officer, I'm gonna take him over to the latimers. 86 00:06:59,320 --> 00:07:02,600 Oh, and Jack Marshall, owns the paper shop, rang in. 87 00:07:02,760 --> 00:07:04,720 He said he'd remembered something. 88 00:07:06,320 --> 00:07:08,000 You're welcome. 89 00:07:13,680 --> 00:07:17,720 Couldn't stop thinking about him... All last night. 90 00:07:18,760 --> 00:07:21,120 I help run the sea brigade. 91 00:07:22,320 --> 00:07:25,120 Danny'd been coming about 18 months, on and off. 92 00:07:25,280 --> 00:07:28,120 Cheeky lad, but a good heart. 93 00:07:31,240 --> 00:07:33,800 It matters, a good heart. 94 00:07:35,240 --> 00:07:38,920 You said you remembered something about seeing Danny. 95 00:07:39,080 --> 00:07:42,880 Must have been end of last month. 96 00:07:43,040 --> 00:07:45,280 Around quarter to eight on a Wednesday morning, 97 00:07:45,440 --> 00:07:47,760 on the road to the cliff tops on the way to linton hill. 98 00:07:48,920 --> 00:07:51,760 - I saw him. - What was he doing? 99 00:07:51,920 --> 00:07:53,440 Talking to the postman. 100 00:07:53,600 --> 00:07:55,600 Well... 101 00:07:56,920 --> 00:07:59,800 Not talking, more like... arguing. 102 00:07:59,960 --> 00:08:04,680 He was quite a way away, but the body language was pretty clear. 103 00:08:04,840 --> 00:08:06,880 Then Danny stormed off. 104 00:08:07,040 --> 00:08:09,280 The postman was calling after him. 105 00:08:09,440 --> 00:08:11,680 You're certain it was the postman? 106 00:08:11,840 --> 00:08:15,120 Well, he had a bag, and one of those high-visibility jackets. 107 00:08:15,280 --> 00:08:17,800 Who else is going to be out that time in the morning? 108 00:08:17,960 --> 00:08:19,560 Can you describe him for me? 109 00:08:19,720 --> 00:08:21,440 He was a long way off. 110 00:08:21,600 --> 00:08:25,040 Medium height, short brown hair, I think. 111 00:08:26,200 --> 00:08:29,240 It was only after you were in yesterday that I remembered. 112 00:08:30,440 --> 00:08:32,440 I should've mentioned. 113 00:08:46,480 --> 00:08:48,560 Ellie: Erm, they're elimination prints, 114 00:08:48,720 --> 00:08:52,040 to rule out your prints from anything we might find here or anywhere else. 115 00:08:52,200 --> 00:08:53,480 Is this necessary? 116 00:08:53,640 --> 00:08:57,320 If she wants us to do it, it's necessary, isn't it? 117 00:08:59,400 --> 00:09:01,400 Did anyone sleep? 118 00:09:03,600 --> 00:09:07,440 No. So, erm... Pete will be your family liaison officer. 119 00:09:07,600 --> 00:09:10,720 It's his job to keep you up to date with the investigation, 120 00:09:10,880 --> 00:09:14,040 answer your questions, or talk about any questions we might have. 121 00:09:14,200 --> 00:09:18,080 - Why can't you do that? No offence. - None taken. 122 00:09:19,160 --> 00:09:22,280 It's a very specialised job. Pete's just completed his training. 123 00:09:22,440 --> 00:09:23,840 Yeah, you're my first! 124 00:09:28,080 --> 00:09:29,360 But you know us. 125 00:09:29,520 --> 00:09:32,440 The best thing I can do is to find who killed Danny and I will. 126 00:09:32,600 --> 00:09:35,000 When do we start arranging the funeral? 127 00:09:35,160 --> 00:09:37,760 That has to wait, I'm afraid. 128 00:09:39,120 --> 00:09:42,120 Until we have the person responsible in custody, Danny's... 129 00:09:42,280 --> 00:09:45,760 His body is... oh, god, I'm sorry to talk about it like this - 130 00:09:45,920 --> 00:09:48,200 it's the most valuable piece of evidence we have. 131 00:09:48,360 --> 00:09:50,600 We can't allow him to be buried until we're sure 132 00:09:50,760 --> 00:09:53,960 we've found the right person and have enough evidence to convict them. 133 00:09:56,040 --> 00:09:59,920 - So we can't have him back? - Not yet. I'm sorry. 134 00:10:00,080 --> 00:10:02,960 - He's not evidence, he's my brother. - I understand, I really do. 135 00:10:03,120 --> 00:10:04,440 Give her the piece of paper. 136 00:10:10,160 --> 00:10:12,760 We made a list. People who might have done it. 137 00:10:12,920 --> 00:10:14,200 Oh, right. 138 00:10:17,320 --> 00:10:18,960 These are all your friends. 139 00:10:24,240 --> 00:10:25,680 We know. 140 00:10:28,080 --> 00:10:29,720 Ds Miller. 141 00:10:32,440 --> 00:10:34,320 Excuse me. 142 00:10:38,760 --> 00:10:43,120 £500 in cash, taped to the underside of the bed frame in Danny's room. 143 00:10:43,280 --> 00:10:46,200 - You're kidding! - And we found this. 144 00:10:46,360 --> 00:10:49,600 Cocaine. In the daughter's room. 145 00:10:50,440 --> 00:10:52,080 Bloody hell! 146 00:11:06,320 --> 00:11:08,120 Karen: So, tell me about broadchurch. 147 00:11:08,280 --> 00:11:10,960 Olly: Ok. It's the only town for about 20 miles. 148 00:11:11,120 --> 00:11:13,840 There's one road in, one road out. Market twice weekly... 149 00:11:14,000 --> 00:11:16,760 Yeah, I've got all that. Who lives here? 150 00:11:17,480 --> 00:11:20,120 Well, a lot have been here all their lives, generations. 151 00:11:20,280 --> 00:11:23,000 Some of them haven't even been 50 miles outside of town. 152 00:11:23,160 --> 00:11:24,640 And then there's the incomers. 153 00:11:24,800 --> 00:11:27,160 Young families, left cities when they had babies, 154 00:11:27,320 --> 00:11:29,400 came here for the schools and the sea. 155 00:11:29,560 --> 00:11:33,400 We get tourists for six weeks in the summer, but we're a working town mainly. 156 00:11:33,560 --> 00:11:36,080 - Much crime? - It's mostly theft from lock-ups, 157 00:11:36,240 --> 00:11:38,360 odd bit of drug use, drink driving. 158 00:11:38,520 --> 00:11:42,280 Seriously. I do the weekly crime report in the paper with one of the uniforms. 159 00:11:42,440 --> 00:11:45,440 About 30 offences a week, but mostly all are minor. 160 00:11:45,600 --> 00:11:46,840 We've never had a murder. 161 00:11:47,000 --> 00:11:49,560 - And that's the sort of story you do at the echo? - Yeah. 162 00:11:49,720 --> 00:11:52,280 Clubs, schools, council meetings. 163 00:11:52,440 --> 00:11:54,720 Maggie says we celebrate the everyday. 164 00:11:56,360 --> 00:11:57,800 And what about you? 165 00:11:57,960 --> 00:11:59,800 What do you want? 166 00:11:59,960 --> 00:12:03,000 I want to work on a national. I want to be you, basically. 167 00:12:03,160 --> 00:12:05,080 Well, be careful what you wish for. 168 00:12:05,240 --> 00:12:07,720 How come you were here so quick? 169 00:12:09,400 --> 00:12:13,000 Look, if I'm gonna report on this, I need to understand the town, the people. 170 00:12:14,920 --> 00:12:18,040 You help me, and I might be able to help you. 171 00:12:18,200 --> 00:12:19,960 What do you think? 172 00:12:32,920 --> 00:12:35,520 Have you told my mum and dad about the wrap? 173 00:12:35,680 --> 00:12:37,720 - Not yet. - Please don't. It's not mine. 174 00:12:37,880 --> 00:12:41,280 - It was in your room. - I don't use it, I swear I don't. 175 00:12:42,360 --> 00:12:44,000 - Do you deal it? - No! 176 00:12:45,000 --> 00:12:49,560 This isn't anything to do with Danny, I promise. It was a mistake. A big mistake. 177 00:12:49,720 --> 00:12:52,880 If you don't use it or deal it, did someone leave you holding it? 178 00:12:55,680 --> 00:12:58,680 - And you're protecting that person. - It's one tiny wrap. 179 00:12:58,840 --> 00:13:01,280 - Oh, we'll tell your mum that. - No, you said you wouldn't. 180 00:13:01,440 --> 00:13:04,200 Chloe, possession of a class a drug is a criminal offence. 181 00:13:04,360 --> 00:13:06,320 Dealing a class a drug is a criminal offence. 182 00:13:06,480 --> 00:13:08,920 - I was just passing it on. - That is dealing! 183 00:13:11,040 --> 00:13:14,480 You won't get in trouble if you tell me the truth. Who gave you the cocaine? 184 00:13:18,440 --> 00:13:19,720 Becca Fisher. 185 00:13:19,880 --> 00:13:23,520 - At the hotel? - I work for her some weekends. 186 00:13:23,680 --> 00:13:25,880 - And where did the money come from? - What money? 187 00:13:26,040 --> 00:13:27,440 Oh, Chloe, don't get smart. 188 00:13:27,600 --> 00:13:30,280 I don't know anything about any money, I swear. 189 00:13:32,280 --> 00:13:34,760 Why is Becca Fisher giving a 15-year-old girl cocaine? 190 00:13:34,920 --> 00:13:37,000 Oh, god, I'm gonna get in such trouble. 191 00:13:46,960 --> 00:13:50,040 Ellie: Chloe latimer says you supplied her with a wrap of cocaine. 192 00:13:50,200 --> 00:13:51,560 Becca: What? You're kidding! 193 00:13:51,720 --> 00:13:53,480 Why would she say that if it's not true? 194 00:13:57,440 --> 00:14:01,480 There was this couple, down from London for a long weekend, 195 00:14:01,640 --> 00:14:03,160 in a suite, spending money, 196 00:14:03,320 --> 00:14:05,320 they asked me if I could get them some coke. 197 00:14:08,280 --> 00:14:10,120 Chloe was working for me that weekend, 198 00:14:10,280 --> 00:14:12,640 I asked her if she knew where I might find some. 199 00:14:12,800 --> 00:14:15,800 She took so bloody long, the couple had gone - I gave it back to her. 200 00:14:15,960 --> 00:14:17,840 - Not now - thanks, Emily. - Sorry. 201 00:14:18,240 --> 00:14:20,280 Where did Chloe get it from? 202 00:14:21,200 --> 00:14:22,560 She said a friend. 203 00:14:22,720 --> 00:14:24,360 She didn't tell me his name. 204 00:14:24,520 --> 00:14:27,040 She said he didn't deal, but he knew where to get stuff. 205 00:14:27,200 --> 00:14:29,960 Did her brother have anything to do with it? 206 00:14:35,040 --> 00:14:37,840 It's... it's nothing to do with that. 207 00:14:41,800 --> 00:14:45,360 - Do I get arrested? - We will have to process the offence. 208 00:14:45,520 --> 00:14:47,960 Can we keep this quiet? I could lose my licence. 209 00:14:48,120 --> 00:14:51,720 Fix a time to come down the station, make a formal statement. 210 00:14:54,800 --> 00:14:57,640 Cocaine, though. It must be a one-off. 211 00:14:57,800 --> 00:15:00,520 They're not that type of family. Chloe's not that type of girl. 212 00:15:00,680 --> 00:15:02,440 - Nobody ever is. - No, I live here. 213 00:15:02,600 --> 00:15:04,000 We don't have these problems. 214 00:15:04,160 --> 00:15:08,360 A couple of arrests for possession every month on the estate, but no more than that. 215 00:15:08,520 --> 00:15:10,240 Are you just making one for yourself? 216 00:15:10,400 --> 00:15:12,760 Female officer: Ellie, you might want to take this one. 217 00:16:15,800 --> 00:16:18,200 - What are you doing? - Phone line. 218 00:16:18,360 --> 00:16:19,440 I hope so. 219 00:16:20,520 --> 00:16:23,080 - Clean desk policy, frank. - Yes, ma'am. 220 00:16:23,240 --> 00:16:25,080 Miller. Postman, come on. 221 00:16:27,880 --> 00:16:31,000 Yeah, that's my round, up past briar cliff. 222 00:16:31,160 --> 00:16:33,080 And did you work the route last month? 223 00:16:33,240 --> 00:16:37,120 I've done every delivery out there for the past eight or nine weeks, I'd say. 224 00:16:38,280 --> 00:16:40,200 Did you ever see Danny latimer? 225 00:16:40,360 --> 00:16:42,080 Yeah, all the time. 226 00:16:42,240 --> 00:16:47,040 He used to deliver papers up there to a couple of houses, including the hut. 227 00:16:47,200 --> 00:16:48,360 When I heard, I thought: 228 00:16:48,520 --> 00:16:50,480 I've only seen him a couple of days previous. 229 00:16:50,640 --> 00:16:53,960 And did you ever talk to him? Particularly the last week in June. 230 00:16:54,120 --> 00:16:56,200 I might've waved and maybe said hello. 231 00:16:56,360 --> 00:16:59,240 - I didn't really know him to talk to. - That's it? Just hello? 232 00:16:59,400 --> 00:17:01,200 What else would I say? 233 00:17:04,880 --> 00:17:07,360 - You didn't ever have a conversation with him? - No. 234 00:17:07,520 --> 00:17:08,920 Or an argument? 235 00:17:09,880 --> 00:17:12,520 What am I gonna be arguing with a paper lad about? 236 00:17:14,200 --> 00:17:16,240 Where were you Thursday night? 237 00:17:17,280 --> 00:17:20,200 Thursday, I'd have been with the boys. 238 00:17:20,360 --> 00:17:23,000 We got hammered. Six of us, there was. 239 00:17:23,160 --> 00:17:27,360 Finished at four. My missus woke me up at seven, I was out cold. 240 00:17:29,120 --> 00:17:31,960 We're gonna need the names of all those you were with. 241 00:17:33,360 --> 00:17:35,920 But I mean, you don't think I had anything to do with it? 242 00:17:36,080 --> 00:17:39,120 It's just to rule things out. Nothing to worry about. 243 00:17:41,200 --> 00:17:43,400 All right, thanks, Kevin. Bye. 244 00:17:48,640 --> 00:17:50,160 Don't say that. 245 00:17:50,320 --> 00:17:52,920 - Don't say what? - No need to worry. 246 00:17:53,080 --> 00:17:54,440 Why not? 247 00:17:54,600 --> 00:17:57,040 Don't reassure people. Let them talk. 248 00:17:57,200 --> 00:18:00,120 Can I just say: You can't just rock up here and try to mould me. 249 00:18:00,280 --> 00:18:02,840 I know what I'm doing, and I know how to handle people. 250 00:18:03,000 --> 00:18:06,440 And you can keep your broody bullshit shtick to yourself. 251 00:18:18,360 --> 00:18:21,000 Can I make anyone a... cup of tea? 252 00:19:01,080 --> 00:19:03,280 Where's the crisps? Why's there no crisps? 253 00:19:03,440 --> 00:19:05,840 - You don't want crisps. - I do. 254 00:19:06,640 --> 00:19:09,040 - Where are you going? - Where do you think? Out. 255 00:19:09,200 --> 00:19:10,560 You should clear it with Pete. 256 00:19:10,720 --> 00:19:13,120 - I'm going to the shop, that's all. - Let me go for you. 257 00:19:13,280 --> 00:19:15,160 - I want to go myself. - Give me a list. 258 00:19:15,320 --> 00:19:17,840 Mum, stop smothering me! 259 00:19:21,080 --> 00:19:22,560 Sorry. 260 00:19:23,600 --> 00:19:25,520 I want to help you. 261 00:19:25,680 --> 00:19:27,120 You can't. 262 00:20:56,280 --> 00:20:58,440 We're all so sorry. 263 00:21:30,880 --> 00:21:33,360 Beth. Beth? 264 00:21:35,720 --> 00:21:37,400 Are you all right? 265 00:21:40,840 --> 00:21:42,840 I'm pregnant. 266 00:21:52,480 --> 00:21:54,080 Have you told anyone? 267 00:21:54,240 --> 00:21:56,480 I only found out about two weeks ago. 268 00:21:56,640 --> 00:21:59,200 You don't want to tell Mark? 269 00:21:59,360 --> 00:22:01,560 - It's complicated. - Of course. 270 00:22:05,000 --> 00:22:07,960 Do you have anyone that you can talk to? Your mum, maybe? 271 00:22:08,120 --> 00:22:11,480 No. Not now. And don't you go telling her either. 272 00:22:17,920 --> 00:22:19,320 What are you gonna do? 273 00:22:19,480 --> 00:22:21,480 Can you stop asking me bloody questions? 274 00:22:21,640 --> 00:22:24,000 Sorry. I do that. Apparently. 275 00:22:27,400 --> 00:22:29,800 I'll... leave you alone. 276 00:22:35,320 --> 00:22:38,920 You can come and see me... If you need to talk. 277 00:22:40,000 --> 00:22:42,320 I don't know if I believe in god. 278 00:22:42,480 --> 00:22:44,720 It's not compulsory. 279 00:22:46,760 --> 00:22:49,600 I've been praying for you ever since I heard. 280 00:22:49,760 --> 00:22:52,080 For Danny, too. 281 00:22:54,240 --> 00:22:56,080 Thank you. 282 00:23:23,040 --> 00:23:25,280 You sure your mum and dad don't know you're here? 283 00:23:25,440 --> 00:23:27,520 They're watching telly. 284 00:23:30,000 --> 00:23:32,760 We could go to the hills, have a drink. 285 00:23:34,200 --> 00:23:37,200 - The police found the coke. - What? 286 00:23:37,360 --> 00:23:39,920 They were searching the house for stuff about Danny. 287 00:23:41,040 --> 00:23:43,160 - What did you tell them? - Nothing. 288 00:23:44,680 --> 00:23:46,800 Well, where did they think you got it from? 289 00:23:46,960 --> 00:23:48,320 I didn't say. 290 00:23:49,600 --> 00:23:52,320 - They didn't push it. Stop worrying. - Stop worrying? 291 00:23:52,480 --> 00:23:56,120 Just cos they didn't ask today doesn't mean they'll just forget about it. 292 00:23:56,280 --> 00:23:59,400 Chlo, I can't have the police round, my uncle'd kill me, you know that. 293 00:23:59,560 --> 00:24:03,240 I know. Let's make this all about you. Piss off, Dean! 294 00:24:03,400 --> 00:24:05,800 - I'm sorry. - No. Go on, I want to be on my own. 295 00:24:05,960 --> 00:24:08,200 - Don't be like that. - I'm serious. Go! 296 00:24:09,520 --> 00:24:11,640 Or do you want me to tell my mum and dad? 297 00:24:28,440 --> 00:24:30,840 Excuse me, have you got a light? Thanks. 298 00:24:40,040 --> 00:24:42,200 - Are you Chloe? - Why? 299 00:24:43,200 --> 00:24:45,080 I'm really sorry what happened to your brother. 300 00:24:45,880 --> 00:24:48,880 I'm guessing this meant a lot to him. 301 00:24:49,040 --> 00:24:52,680 - What're you doing with that? - You can't leave it down there. 302 00:24:52,840 --> 00:24:55,360 It'll end up in the papers, and you won't see it again. 303 00:24:55,520 --> 00:24:56,960 How do you know so much? 304 00:24:57,920 --> 00:25:00,720 - I work for the daily herald. - I'm not talking to the papers. 305 00:25:00,880 --> 00:25:05,640 I know, and you're right not to. I just wanted to bring that, to save it from being nicked. 306 00:25:05,800 --> 00:25:08,880 If it was my brother, I wouldn't want strangers having it. 307 00:25:10,280 --> 00:25:11,520 Thanks. 308 00:25:11,680 --> 00:25:13,800 Can I borrow your phone? 309 00:25:16,120 --> 00:25:17,880 Thanks. 310 00:25:18,040 --> 00:25:19,920 What you doing? 311 00:25:21,400 --> 00:25:24,240 Look, I won't call you. I won't come to your door. 312 00:25:24,400 --> 00:25:27,840 I won't stop you on the way to the shops, like others are going to. 313 00:25:28,000 --> 00:25:30,800 But if you or your family need to speak, 314 00:25:30,960 --> 00:25:34,160 or you just need a friend when it's getting a bit much, 315 00:25:34,320 --> 00:25:36,160 you call me. 316 00:25:36,800 --> 00:25:38,960 And thanks for the light. 317 00:25:43,560 --> 00:25:45,360 Look after yourself. 318 00:25:57,680 --> 00:26:01,280 I mean, god knows, it's terrible for the family, but... 319 00:26:01,440 --> 00:26:03,320 It's gonna cripple the rest of us, too. 320 00:26:03,480 --> 00:26:05,480 I mean look at you here, eh? 321 00:26:05,640 --> 00:26:08,240 Saturday night and the place is deserted. 322 00:26:08,400 --> 00:26:12,040 Thanks, Laurie. I needed that pointing out. 323 00:26:12,200 --> 00:26:13,960 We were banking on this six weeks. 324 00:26:14,120 --> 00:26:19,120 With the bloody recession and the rain, this is the worst slump we've had in decades. 325 00:26:19,280 --> 00:26:22,840 Five independent shops we've lost from the high street, 326 00:26:23,000 --> 00:26:24,320 and now we're a murder town. 327 00:26:24,480 --> 00:26:25,760 No-one's gonna come. 328 00:26:25,920 --> 00:26:29,360 You know what, Laurie? I think the town has other concerns right now. 329 00:26:29,520 --> 00:26:33,280 - Like Danny's family. - Well, I'll leave all that to you, eh? 330 00:26:33,440 --> 00:26:35,440 Pastoral care and all that. 331 00:26:36,280 --> 00:26:39,360 You know, we've got to get rid of that bloody great tent on the beach. 332 00:26:39,520 --> 00:26:42,560 Who's gonna come to a beach with bloody CSI sat next to them? 333 00:26:42,720 --> 00:26:45,440 All right, stop! It's not even been 48 hours. 334 00:26:45,840 --> 00:26:47,520 I'm just calling it as I see it. 335 00:26:47,680 --> 00:26:50,720 No, actually, you're being inappropriate. 336 00:26:51,880 --> 00:26:54,200 - Tone it down. - You want a to-do list, Laurie? 337 00:26:54,360 --> 00:26:55,840 Send some flowers to the family. 338 00:26:56,000 --> 00:26:59,280 Put a picture of Danny in your shop. Collect for a cause Danny liked. 339 00:26:59,440 --> 00:27:01,760 Get a hold of yourself and grieve respectfully. 340 00:27:04,080 --> 00:27:08,440 And then, when the killer is caught, which I'm sure will be soon, 341 00:27:08,600 --> 00:27:10,760 the beach will re-open in full, 342 00:27:10,920 --> 00:27:13,920 and we make sure people still come here and buy things. 343 00:27:14,560 --> 00:27:17,040 Until then, be a decent person, would you? 344 00:27:19,880 --> 00:27:23,440 She's so right, it's embarrassing. 345 00:27:31,880 --> 00:27:33,600 What's that? 346 00:27:33,760 --> 00:27:36,040 Thai was closed, chippy was the only place open. 347 00:27:36,200 --> 00:27:37,480 I can't eat that. 348 00:27:37,640 --> 00:27:41,520 You don't eat fish and chips? What kind of a scot are you? 349 00:27:47,760 --> 00:27:50,640 It's all there is. Eat or be hungry. 350 00:27:54,440 --> 00:27:56,720 Postman's alibi's confirmed, four times. 351 00:27:56,880 --> 00:27:59,920 He was with his mates all night, the night Danny was killed. 352 00:28:00,080 --> 00:28:02,160 So Jack Marshall got it wrong, then? 353 00:28:03,520 --> 00:28:06,520 Do we have any reason to disbelieve the postman? 354 00:28:06,680 --> 00:28:09,400 How's Marshall's eyesight? Does he have any reason to lie? 355 00:28:09,560 --> 00:28:14,320 And do we think that the money and the drugs found at the house are connected? 356 00:28:14,480 --> 00:28:16,480 Is that cash for the supply of cocaine? 357 00:28:16,640 --> 00:28:19,040 You know you do this incessant list question thing? 358 00:28:19,200 --> 00:28:21,800 Bam-bam-bam-bam, so no-one's got a chance to reply. 359 00:28:21,960 --> 00:28:24,000 - It's like you really enjoy it. - Do I? 360 00:28:24,160 --> 00:28:26,480 Yeah. Can I eat my dinner, please? 361 00:28:29,120 --> 00:28:31,560 First murder. How you finding it? 362 00:28:33,160 --> 00:28:34,440 Grim. 363 00:28:34,600 --> 00:28:36,920 What did you make of Mark and Beth's list? 364 00:28:37,080 --> 00:28:38,760 Heartbreaking. 365 00:28:39,360 --> 00:28:44,360 Some of their best friends, Danny's teachers, baby-sitters, neighbours. 366 00:28:45,360 --> 00:28:47,640 They're traumatised, not thinking straight. 367 00:28:47,800 --> 00:28:50,080 Or smart. We never asked for a list. 368 00:28:50,240 --> 00:28:52,600 Maybe they're trying to direct where we look. 369 00:28:52,760 --> 00:28:54,320 - See you. - Good night, sir. 370 00:28:54,480 --> 00:28:56,520 Taking focus away from their household. 371 00:28:56,680 --> 00:28:59,520 - They didn't kill Danny. - You have to learn not to trust. 372 00:28:59,680 --> 00:29:02,480 Oh, do I? Oh right. That's what you've been sent to teach me - 373 00:29:02,640 --> 00:29:04,080 the benefit of your experience. 374 00:29:04,240 --> 00:29:07,840 - Look at your community from the outside. - I can't be outside it and don't want to be. 375 00:29:08,000 --> 00:29:10,280 If you can't be objective, you're not the right fit. 376 00:29:10,440 --> 00:29:12,320 No, I am the right fit - it's you who's not. 377 00:29:12,480 --> 00:29:14,480 Taking promotions meant for other people, 378 00:29:14,640 --> 00:29:18,760 not accepting a cup of coffee or a bag of chips without a great big sigh. 379 00:29:22,800 --> 00:29:24,240 Sorry... sir. 380 00:29:24,400 --> 00:29:29,120 Understand, Miller, anybody's capable of this murder, given the right circumstances. 381 00:29:29,280 --> 00:29:32,520 - Most people have a moral compass. - Compasses break. 382 00:29:33,800 --> 00:29:36,200 And murder gnaws at the soul. 383 00:29:36,360 --> 00:29:38,960 Whoever did it will reveal themselves, sooner or later. 384 00:29:39,120 --> 00:29:42,040 No killer behaves normally over time. You know the people here. 385 00:29:42,200 --> 00:29:44,880 Look for the out of the ordinary. Follow your instincts. 386 00:29:45,040 --> 00:29:48,360 My instinct tells me the latimers did not kill their son. 387 00:31:33,360 --> 00:31:34,880 Quiet! 388 00:31:37,760 --> 00:31:39,120 Hello again. 389 00:31:39,280 --> 00:31:40,920 What do you want? 390 00:31:41,080 --> 00:31:43,440 Di Alec Hardy, wessex police. 391 00:31:44,280 --> 00:31:46,520 - What's it about? - Anthony Ryan, 392 00:31:46,680 --> 00:31:49,880 who owns the hut up on briar cliff, said you had the keys. 393 00:31:50,040 --> 00:31:51,400 I clean it. 394 00:31:52,000 --> 00:31:54,880 He said he'd phone ahead and let you know to have the keys ready. 395 00:31:55,040 --> 00:31:56,520 My phone's dead. 396 00:31:58,560 --> 00:32:01,840 Well, I need the keys. Just want a look inside the place. 397 00:32:03,360 --> 00:32:05,760 - Why? - Routine. 398 00:32:06,320 --> 00:32:08,040 Is it about that boy? 399 00:32:09,080 --> 00:32:11,680 I'll have the keys back with you as soon as we're done. 400 00:32:11,840 --> 00:32:13,960 Show me that ID again. 401 00:32:42,320 --> 00:32:44,640 You'll have to sign for them. 402 00:32:44,800 --> 00:32:47,600 I don't want any trouble if you don't come back. 403 00:32:52,160 --> 00:32:53,640 Sure. 404 00:32:58,880 --> 00:33:01,400 Let me know if there's anything interesting. 405 00:33:14,240 --> 00:33:18,600 Paul: I know we're all struggling to understand what's happened over the last few days. 406 00:33:18,760 --> 00:33:26,040 And it's at times like this that we... question... our faith. 407 00:33:28,640 --> 00:33:31,120 Why would a benevolent god allow this to happen? 408 00:33:33,440 --> 00:33:36,320 Have we been... abandoned? 409 00:33:38,480 --> 00:33:43,080 I'm sure we're all asking that question after the events of the last week. 410 00:33:44,560 --> 00:33:46,360 Hello! 411 00:33:48,000 --> 00:33:50,960 I'm sure it's just a shower, we'll go to the playground later. 412 00:33:51,120 --> 00:33:53,960 - I got you a hot chocolate. - I don't want it. 413 00:33:54,120 --> 00:33:57,560 Come on. Let's just have a bit of time doing something normal. 414 00:33:57,720 --> 00:33:59,800 It can't be normal, though, can it? 415 00:33:59,960 --> 00:34:01,720 You are safe. Ok? 416 00:34:01,880 --> 00:34:04,200 Me and your mum will protect you. 417 00:34:04,360 --> 00:34:07,920 This is a terrible, unspeakable thing that's happened, 418 00:34:08,080 --> 00:34:10,840 but nothing like it will ever happen again here. 419 00:34:11,000 --> 00:34:14,680 You can't know that, though, can you? You can't be sure. 420 00:34:19,320 --> 00:34:20,880 Hey! Hey! 421 00:34:21,040 --> 00:34:24,040 I thought I'd sneak literally five minutes. How is everyone? 422 00:34:24,200 --> 00:34:26,320 All right. All right, trev? 423 00:34:28,160 --> 00:34:29,880 - How's it going, then? - Fine. 424 00:34:30,040 --> 00:34:31,760 You close to sorting it? 425 00:34:32,480 --> 00:34:34,080 - Trev... - I can't talk about it. 426 00:34:34,240 --> 00:34:35,760 He's not bothering you, is he? 427 00:34:35,920 --> 00:34:37,920 All it is, is: Are we keeping the kids in? 428 00:34:38,080 --> 00:34:40,720 Should we be with them every second? That's all. 429 00:34:40,880 --> 00:34:43,800 - I just want to see my kids. - I'm sorry, Ellie. 430 00:34:44,760 --> 00:34:46,160 Come on! Trevor! 431 00:34:49,040 --> 00:34:50,960 You all right? 432 00:34:58,600 --> 00:35:02,320 Liz. How are you coping? 433 00:35:02,480 --> 00:35:05,080 Oh, it's not about me, is it? 434 00:35:05,240 --> 00:35:08,000 It's Beth and Mark I worry about. 435 00:35:08,160 --> 00:35:09,640 You're his grandmother. 436 00:35:10,760 --> 00:35:12,400 You can't just shut it out. 437 00:35:12,560 --> 00:35:15,400 This helps. It was a good service. 438 00:35:15,560 --> 00:35:17,920 It meant a lot to me, and to the others who came. 439 00:35:18,840 --> 00:35:21,080 19 people in a town of 15,000? 440 00:35:21,240 --> 00:35:24,680 After the last couple of days. Hardly credit it, can you? 441 00:35:24,840 --> 00:35:27,120 I swear, I've tried everything. 442 00:35:27,920 --> 00:35:31,320 But people never know what they need until it's given to them. 443 00:35:32,320 --> 00:35:34,360 That's what we want from you. All of us. 444 00:35:34,520 --> 00:35:37,480 Go out, connect with the town. 445 00:35:37,640 --> 00:35:40,720 I'm praying that's why god placed you here. 446 00:35:40,880 --> 00:35:44,080 Our challenge is your challenge. Help us. 447 00:35:57,480 --> 00:35:59,080 Hardy: Miller! 448 00:36:01,920 --> 00:36:05,000 - What is it? - Cctv from the car park below the hut. 449 00:36:06,600 --> 00:36:08,480 Mark latimer. 450 00:36:08,640 --> 00:36:11,480 - When is this? - The night Danny snuck out of his bedroom. 451 00:36:11,640 --> 00:36:13,640 He said he was out on a call. What's he doing? 452 00:36:13,800 --> 00:36:15,760 - Waiting for someone. - How do you know? 453 00:36:15,920 --> 00:36:18,080 I don't, but I bet I'm right. 454 00:36:18,240 --> 00:36:20,720 Tape's run out. Is there another one? 455 00:36:23,760 --> 00:36:26,800 No. They just use the one tape and rerecord over it, to save money. 456 00:36:26,960 --> 00:36:28,160 Bollocks! 457 00:36:29,560 --> 00:36:31,320 - Sorry. - Are you done? 458 00:36:31,480 --> 00:36:32,840 No, no, it's not that. 459 00:36:33,000 --> 00:36:37,240 - It's Danny latimer you're doing, isn't it? - Why? 460 00:36:37,400 --> 00:36:40,680 - It's something to do with water. - What are you saying? 461 00:36:40,840 --> 00:36:44,840 - I've been told it's something to do with water. - Told by who? 462 00:36:45,680 --> 00:36:48,040 I... I have, erm... 463 00:36:48,200 --> 00:36:51,160 I have this thing where I... 464 00:36:51,320 --> 00:36:53,720 I get... I get messages. 465 00:36:55,680 --> 00:36:57,040 Psychic messages. 466 00:36:57,200 --> 00:36:59,080 Oh, for god's sake, who let you in? 467 00:36:59,240 --> 00:37:01,400 No, the thing about the water, that's important. 468 00:37:01,560 --> 00:37:03,280 - Don't just ignore it. - Oh, come on, out. 469 00:37:03,440 --> 00:37:05,920 It's something that I'm supposed to tell you. 470 00:37:08,240 --> 00:37:11,880 Erm... like, he was... he was in a boat. 471 00:37:13,160 --> 00:37:16,320 Like he was... he was put in a boat. 472 00:37:17,200 --> 00:37:20,600 Yeah, yeah. I don't... I don't know why. 473 00:37:20,760 --> 00:37:23,400 And who told you this? Where did you get this from? 474 00:37:23,560 --> 00:37:25,400 Danny. 475 00:37:33,480 --> 00:37:35,360 Ellie: And state your address for the tape. 476 00:37:35,520 --> 00:37:38,400 Steve: 57 Whitney road, lewiston. 477 00:37:38,560 --> 00:37:40,000 Hardy: Where is that? 478 00:37:40,160 --> 00:37:42,600 Erm... it's about 30 miles from here. 479 00:37:42,760 --> 00:37:45,240 I cover the full region for the company. 480 00:37:45,400 --> 00:37:47,040 And you're saying Danny latimer 481 00:37:47,200 --> 00:37:50,000 wants us to know that he was put in a boat before he died? 482 00:37:50,160 --> 00:37:51,360 Yes. 483 00:37:52,360 --> 00:37:55,800 And I want you to know that nothing offends me more... 484 00:37:56,840 --> 00:37:59,360 Than cranks wasting police time. 485 00:38:00,880 --> 00:38:02,760 I receive messages. 486 00:38:02,920 --> 00:38:06,840 I don't... I don't ask for them. I don't question them. 487 00:38:07,000 --> 00:38:11,920 Did the message happen before or after you were sent to install extra phone lines here? 488 00:38:12,080 --> 00:38:14,040 - After. - Amazing. I love this - 489 00:38:14,200 --> 00:38:16,720 the phone engineer who hears voices from the dead. 490 00:38:16,880 --> 00:38:19,360 I don't want this. 491 00:38:19,520 --> 00:38:23,920 It comes to me. Look, you don't want to listen, that's fine. 492 00:38:24,080 --> 00:38:26,200 Oh, you're a reluctant psychic? 493 00:38:27,800 --> 00:38:33,120 A child has died, and you come in with this self-indulgent horseshit. 494 00:38:36,720 --> 00:38:39,240 Did you ever meet Danny latimer? 495 00:38:40,400 --> 00:38:43,000 - No, never. - Do you know the family? 496 00:38:44,160 --> 00:38:45,880 No, I don't think so. 497 00:38:46,600 --> 00:38:50,040 Do you have any concrete evidence relating to the death of Danny latimer? 498 00:38:56,960 --> 00:38:59,320 Interview terminated at 6:17pm. 499 00:38:59,480 --> 00:39:01,960 You know what happens around a murder, mr connelly? 500 00:39:02,880 --> 00:39:04,680 A whole industry grows up, 501 00:39:04,840 --> 00:39:08,440 of groupies, and rubberneckers, 502 00:39:08,600 --> 00:39:10,960 and people who want to touch the case. 503 00:39:11,120 --> 00:39:14,040 You're just the first. Don't let me see you round here again. 504 00:39:15,000 --> 00:39:17,040 She says she forgives you. 505 00:39:19,880 --> 00:39:21,120 About the pendant. 506 00:39:37,160 --> 00:39:40,000 Every big case, these people come crawling out the woodwork. 507 00:39:40,160 --> 00:39:42,240 What did he mean about the pendant? Do you know? 508 00:39:42,400 --> 00:39:44,480 He has the bloody nerve to come in our office! 509 00:39:44,640 --> 00:39:48,960 Check his details, find out who he is. Rule him out, just to be sure. 510 00:39:49,120 --> 00:39:50,600 What are you going to do now? 511 00:39:50,760 --> 00:39:54,320 Mark latimer lied to us about where he was that night. 512 00:39:54,480 --> 00:39:56,960 Danny's social network profiles from his hard drive. 513 00:39:57,120 --> 00:39:59,000 They've just come though, all his posts. 514 00:39:59,160 --> 00:40:02,200 "3rd may: Gonna get a lock on my door, keep all this crap out. 515 00:40:02,360 --> 00:40:05,560 7th may: She's totally having sex with Dean. 516 00:40:05,720 --> 00:40:10,120 12th may: Dear dad, remember me? I'm the one you used to play with. 517 00:40:10,280 --> 00:40:13,200 12th may: I know what he's doing." 518 00:40:15,960 --> 00:40:17,360 See you later. 519 00:40:21,360 --> 00:40:23,160 Officer: Ellie. 520 00:40:23,320 --> 00:40:28,000 Well, first and foremost, all of our prayers are with the latimer family. 521 00:40:28,160 --> 00:40:30,040 It's obviously a very worrying time, 522 00:40:30,200 --> 00:40:33,520 but we all believe the investigation will uncover what happened. 523 00:40:33,680 --> 00:40:36,840 We 're a very strong community and I hope the people who live here know 524 00:40:37,000 --> 00:40:40,400 that the church is here for them to offer whatever support they need, 525 00:40:40,560 --> 00:40:43,080 throughout the coming days - faith or no faith. 526 00:40:44,800 --> 00:40:46,640 I know the latimer family quite well 527 00:40:46,800 --> 00:40:51,680 and we will do everything we can to support them at this time. 528 00:40:51,840 --> 00:40:53,960 Reverend Paul coates... 529 00:40:55,440 --> 00:40:57,520 Hey! I was watching that. 530 00:40:57,680 --> 00:40:59,760 Where are you going? Mark! 531 00:41:00,600 --> 00:41:03,000 Mark! Mark! 532 00:41:03,960 --> 00:41:06,400 Well don't just stand there, get after him! 533 00:41:18,880 --> 00:41:21,880 - Enjoy your moment of glory, did you? - What? No. 534 00:41:22,040 --> 00:41:24,520 We don't need you. We don't need your support. 535 00:41:24,680 --> 00:41:27,120 Your god left my son for dead! 536 00:41:29,360 --> 00:41:31,000 Too slow, mate. 537 00:41:32,280 --> 00:41:34,760 You ok? You all right? 538 00:41:45,600 --> 00:41:47,840 Erm... Thursday night, 539 00:41:48,000 --> 00:41:51,640 the night Danny went missing, where were you? 540 00:41:51,800 --> 00:41:53,560 On a call-out. 541 00:41:53,720 --> 00:41:57,840 Call came through... I dunno, early evening, about half six. 542 00:41:58,000 --> 00:42:00,880 Whole family's system had packed in, you know? 543 00:42:01,040 --> 00:42:03,520 - How long did that take? - Most of the night. 544 00:42:04,640 --> 00:42:07,480 It was a nightmare boiler, so I was there pretty late. 545 00:42:07,640 --> 00:42:10,160 No. There was no call-out. 546 00:42:14,280 --> 00:42:18,000 We have cctv footage of the car park at the top of briar cliff. 547 00:42:18,880 --> 00:42:20,960 You were there at 7:30. 548 00:42:24,480 --> 00:42:27,840 Er... so you're snooping on me now? 549 00:42:28,000 --> 00:42:30,400 Well, checking cctv in the area. 550 00:42:31,840 --> 00:42:34,560 - Now, what did you do that night? - What am I, a suspect? 551 00:42:34,720 --> 00:42:37,840 The first thing we do is eliminate people from the investigation. 552 00:42:38,000 --> 00:42:40,720 You tell me where you were, who you were with, how long for, 553 00:42:40,880 --> 00:42:44,520 I can eliminate you from suspicion. It's entirely methodical. 554 00:42:47,560 --> 00:42:50,080 You don't give me those facts, I can't eliminate you. 555 00:42:50,240 --> 00:42:53,600 And if I can't eliminate you, you're a person of interest. 556 00:42:53,760 --> 00:42:55,640 In the murder of my own son? 557 00:42:56,840 --> 00:42:59,320 I'm sure this is all very straightforward. 558 00:43:02,560 --> 00:43:05,600 I er... I met a mate. 559 00:43:06,440 --> 00:43:09,000 We drove off together and then he dropped me back at the car park 560 00:43:09,160 --> 00:43:11,240 and er...| came home. 561 00:43:11,400 --> 00:43:14,080 - What time? - Three or four in the morning, maybe. 562 00:43:14,240 --> 00:43:15,960 What's your mate's name? 563 00:43:17,120 --> 00:43:19,960 - I can't remember. - Sorry? 564 00:43:20,120 --> 00:43:22,200 You can't remember the name of your friend? 565 00:43:24,520 --> 00:43:26,560 Where did you go? 566 00:43:26,720 --> 00:43:30,560 I think we just had a drive around, bite to eat, bit of a drink. 567 00:43:30,720 --> 00:43:33,320 You think? This was three days ago. 568 00:43:33,480 --> 00:43:35,920 Yeah, and a lot's happened since then. 569 00:43:39,520 --> 00:43:41,640 And is there any reason 570 00:43:41,800 --> 00:43:44,280 you wouldn't want to tell me the name of your mate? 571 00:43:47,880 --> 00:43:51,120 This is only about who killed Danny. Nothing else. 572 00:43:53,640 --> 00:43:56,200 It'll come back to me. I'm just knackered. 573 00:43:56,960 --> 00:43:59,960 I haven't been sleeping, you know, all the stuff on the news. 574 00:44:00,120 --> 00:44:02,000 Head's not straight. 575 00:44:03,160 --> 00:44:05,880 - When you came in, you went straight to bed? - Yeah. 576 00:44:06,040 --> 00:44:08,200 Can your wife confirm what time you came back? 577 00:44:08,360 --> 00:44:10,560 No. She was asleep. 578 00:44:11,920 --> 00:44:13,320 Soco: Come and see this. 579 00:44:18,480 --> 00:44:22,200 That's blood. And it's a match for Danny's fingerprint. 580 00:44:23,560 --> 00:44:26,160 - Danny was killed here? - We think so, yeah. 581 00:44:26,320 --> 00:44:30,000 Killed here, and then moved two miles down the coast to where we found him. 582 00:44:30,160 --> 00:44:31,440 Why would anyone do that? 583 00:44:31,600 --> 00:44:34,680 The boys have been all over this place. It's been ruthlessly cleaned, 584 00:44:34,840 --> 00:44:37,800 except for that and something else in here. 585 00:44:40,960 --> 00:44:45,760 Mark, who you met - that's a big gap in your recollection. 586 00:44:53,040 --> 00:44:54,360 Sorry. 587 00:44:54,520 --> 00:44:57,280 - What? - I'm at the hut. 588 00:44:57,440 --> 00:44:59,640 Soco think it's where Danny was killed. 589 00:44:59,800 --> 00:45:03,520 - We found his prints and some blood. - Right. Anything else? 590 00:45:03,680 --> 00:45:05,840 Yeah, the whole place has been cleaned. 591 00:45:06,000 --> 00:45:09,040 But we've also found another set of prints by the sink. 592 00:45:10,160 --> 00:45:13,560 I messaged them through to run a match against elimination prints. 593 00:45:13,720 --> 00:45:16,000 They belong to Mark latimer. 594 00:45:25,440 --> 00:45:30,360 J“ through dark and light I fight to be 595 00:45:31,600 --> 00:45:38,960 j“ so close, shadows and lies mask you from me 596 00:45:39,960 --> 00:45:47,080 j“ so close, wrap my skin, the darkness within 597 00:45:48,120 --> 00:45:54,560 j“ so close, the moral of our lives no-one can win 46403

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