Harriet Finch in danger as Will Taylor’s connection to DI Malone revealed ...

Previous scenes on Emmerdale saw Harriet Finch (played by Katherine Dow Blyton) almost killed when Lucas pointed Will Taylor’s (Dean Andrews) gun at her. The youngster thought it was a toy and wanting to make sure he never got his hands on it again, Harriet asked ex-lover Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) to dispose of it. However the gun drama could come back to cause trouble for Harriet and Will putting their lives in danger.

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When Cain took the gun from Harriet, he shot Nate Robinson (Jurrell Carter) as he believed he was a rustler.

Nate is now recovering from the incident and covered for his father, telling the police he doesn’t know who shot him.

Cain has also disposed of the gun so there’s no evidence he was the shooter.

But the police aren’t convinced and are determined to find out what really happened.

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In coming scenes, viewers will see Will and Cain interrogated by the police as they reveal new evidence has come to light.

Knowing he could be in trouble if the police find the weapon, Will asks Moira Barton (Natalie J Robb) where the gun has been hidden.

He goes on to reveal the gun was owned by the gang he used to work for, which was exposed by Harriet when she was a police officer.

But now links to the gang return to the village and Will is worried he could lose Harriet all over again.

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