Soap opera based around a busy Dublin Garda station. David's drastic behaviour raises fears for baby Luke's safety. Johno is caught between the feuding families.
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Katie decided to leave the country. She's taking Luke.
I'm arresting you on suspicion of assault.
Rach, why are you doing this to yourself?
Has it got to do with you and Conor?
Please don't take him away from me.
David, it's done. We're leaving.
-You gonna spend the rest of your days in uniform, Sharon?
-End up like Paudge?
-You can't do this.
Well, I'm his mother. It's my decision.
And I'm his father. I won't let you.
Jesus, you'll wake up the whole road.
He's not in his cot.
Daddy's really done it this time, Luke.
How about some music?
Daddy put on some music for you?
You must have left the door open.
Hello, yeah, I'd like to report...
-Useless shower's after putting me on hold.
Had to be.
You saw him, saw what he was like.
-He was here?
-Yeah, and he was in bits.
-Did you know that?
David, answer your phone. I know it was you.
You bring him back right now, do you hear me?
Ah, would you look. It's the work experience girl.
How are you finding transition year?
Is that the best you have?
-Best of luck with it.
You might be needing this.
Ignore them. We've had an alert. A tip off about a cocaine shipment.
-I'll show you what we have so far.
Don't worry, Paudgey. A day out with Dead Eye?
She'll be back before you know it.
Luke Kiely has just gone missing from his family home.
We have reason to suspect that his father, David Hennessy,
You were just hungry.
She's worried about you.
He's not going to answer, is he?
Have you any better ideas?
-David, you have him, don't you?
Please, please just tell me he's OK.
Yeah, yeah, he's fine.
I just fed him.
You need to bring him home, OK.
Just bring him back to me, David.
Give me the phone.
-Just give it to me.
Hello, David, it's Bridget here. Now listen to me, son.
You've got to bring Luke back to his mammy.
Do you hear me? Before this all gets out of hand.
I'll never see him again.
She's taking him away from me and I'll never see him again.
No, she was just annoyed. Of course you're going to see him again.
David, you get him back right now.
You broke into my house. You kidnapped my child!
The Guards are going to hunt you down. Do you understand?
They'll lock you up and throw away the key.
Where are the Guards? They should be here by now.
Look, you wait for them here with Katie.
You, go into the neighbours. Ask them if they've seen anything.
Where are you going?
I'm going to find my grandson.
Daddy will look after you, won't he?
The Guards just called.
David's taken Luke.
He took him from his cot.
They're calling it a kidnapping.
Hey. Come on.
It'll be OK.
-He stole him, Michael.
-And he'll bring him back.
He wouldn't let anything happen.
I want you door-to-door with these. Get them into the shops as well.
Door to door? Sure, half the Ridge will still be in their beds.
-Just do it.
Have you a problem, Paudge?
-Then get going.
I just got word out to Tommy and the other cabbies.
They're all over this town like we never are.
-I'm going to head to the Hennessy's.
See if David Hennessy's getting help.
Yeah, I was wondering. I know liaison's more your neck of the woods,
but I've been around the Hennessys a bit recently.
-Would you mind?
-Yeah, go for it.
I'm happy to stay behind the scenes on this one.
-Check in with the Kielys first, yeah?
-Yeah, of course.
Sorry. Kind of left you to your own devices, there.
Might not create the best impression.
How are you getting on?
I've just been looking at arrests we've made the past year
for cocaine possession.
I was thinking one of them might know a dealer
who knows about this consignment.
Yeah, stupid idea.
No, no. You might be on to something.
But how about you put that to one side for the moment
-and we'll go over potential arrival points. OK?
They've had a few rows in here but nothing, you know...
And how did David seem during these altercations?
Was he being denied access to the child or something?
That doesn't give him the right to steal him.
Right, thanks for your help.
-Give her our love, will you?
-Yeah, will do.
Angela's back at work.
Her suspension's been lifted.
I thought it was best to tell you in person.
So, what? She's free to go after Ray again?
That's not going to happen.
And what's going to stop her?
Fear of another two-day suspension?
Someone rang in about us, he'd be here before they hung up.
So we've got a load of Guards going door to door, so...
I already did that. Nobody knows anything.
I've seen any number of situations like this.
Nine times out of ten,
it's a domestic situation which has just got out of hand.
He stole my son out of his bed!
How did he get in? Did he have a key?
Of course not.
Maybe he climbed in a window or something. What difference does it make?
Look, I'm just trying to piece together the facts, that's all.
David Hennessy stole Luke from his bed. That's a fact.
You say some of Luke's clothes are missing?
Yeah. His white runners. A blue top with a pirate on it.
It's not a real pirate, it's like a blue monkey thing with a parrot.
Yeah, there was colourful babygrows my da got him.
And where's Vincent now?
Yeah, like you lot should be.
Where is he?
I have no idea.
So he didn't come running straight home to Mammy, no?
I wish he had!
You're not the only one going out of their mind here.
I just want to know...
-..that my grandson is safe.
-He's my grandson, too.
And he's your son who took him.
And I'm telling you, if anything happens...
Vincent, please, I know he won't harm him.
Oh! Do you? Did you know he wouldn't snatch him as well?
If he calls...
The first I hear...
..I'll be in touch with you.
You better be.
What have you done?
David, listen to me.
I love you.
But you've gone too far.
Will you let me hold him, David?
Just for a minute.
He's happy here with me.
I can see that, love.
Me and him...
Do you understand?
..this is insane. Completely insane.
They hardly left me any choice, did they?
Is that your choice?
You could help us.
I need money.
Just enough to keep us going for a little while, you know.
All I said is that you'd steer clear of them.
It wasn't your place.
Niamh was angry you were back in uniform.
-Then let her take it up with me.
-I'm only trying to help you.
-By arresting my son?
-There was no option.
-There's always an option, Sean.
-I held back evidence for him.
My girlfriend's not talking to me.
In fact, I don't even know if I have a girlfriend any more.
My son is in prison. He's terrified for me even to visit him.
Well, then, he should have stayed away from Rachel.
-You need to watch it, Sean.
-Going to reprimand me, Skip?
You're not the only one who hasn't slept a wink since I arrested him.
You can think what you like,
but all I'm trying to do is my best here, for all of you.
Robbie, will you calm down?
-It's not your ma, Michael.
-Laser's just trying to freak us out, OK?
Yeah, well, he's doing a good job of it.
He's hardly going to hurt her when she's in a home, is he?
What's he doing here?
He was just leaving. Needed to pick up his reference, didn't you?
-Yeah. Thanks for that. I'll be seeing you around, yeah?
Any word from David?
Yes. He came to see me.
Is Luke all right?
He's fine. He's with his father, as it should be.
I don't understand. What are you doing?
David needs cash.
Wait, so he's not in custody?
No. And I intend to keep it that way.
By funding his escape? This is nuts, Mum.
You need to turn him in.
-Could you just not show a flicker of loyalty, Michael?
He's on the run with a baby, you're going to slip him a few grand?
He's in trouble, and I will do whatever he needs.
Mum, listen to me, OK.
This is one time you do not bail him out.
Do you hear me?
-And you believed her?
-He's her grandchild too.
Yeah, and David's still her son.
No, no sign of him at the pub.
He'd hardly go there now, would he?
-What did the cops say?
-Usual. Just took some details.
-How did he know?
David, how did he know you were going? Did you tell him?
No, of course not.
It was me.
I did, in the pub.
-Where are you going now?
-Those cops are always hassling us.
Now it's about time we hassled them back.
-You really shouldn't leave him
-in the car, love.
-Mum, he's fine. Did you bring it?
You need to come home.
Mum, you know I can't do that. Did you bring it?
Just come home. End this.
Can we not just stick with the plan please?
What plan? You don't have a plan, David!
Just give me the money.
-What are you talking about, you can't?
-I need your help, Mum.
-And that's what I'm doing,
by telling you to bring Luke home.
Love, you can end this, it's not too late.
-If you take Luke home now...
-He is home.
With me, Mum, not with the Kielys, not in Glasgow. With me.
-Do you hear me, Mum?
Mum, I have never needed you more than I do right now.
I can't, love.
So you're just going to abandon us?
You need to come home.
-You did this.
-David, please. Listen to me.
David, please don't...
We'll be whittling down the list of local dealers, pick out
likely suspects. Only then do we move on to interviews.
-That's a lot of whittling.
Every gouger imaginable.
Here, I'll catch up with you.
Every gouger imaginable...
Either improve the impression at home or don't do it again.
How's the search going?
Nothing much to show, but it's only been a couple of hours.
Do you think David is having some kind of episode?
We all have our breaking point.
Here we go.
Agh! Just leave me alone!
I asked you to stay home.
Getting in the way down here will not help.
How are we getting in the way?
This is search HQ. This is where we belong...
KNOCK AT DOOR
I'm a bit busy here.
You're needed at reception.
She insisted on seeing you.
Keep them at bay. The last thing we need is World War Three.
I thought it best to...
'It's so not David.
'He's angry, he's confused.'
I'm worried about what he might do.
You need to find him, Johno.
You need to find him.
Something's going on. Come on.
I'm afraid I'm going to have to ask you to wait back in the room.
Is this about Luke?
What's she doing here?
-Let's just keep calm, Mrs Kiely, OK.
-Who do you think you're talking to?
Patricia wants what you all want, which is Luke home safe.
Where is he? Cos I know you know.
Young fella wouldn't go to the toilet without telling his mammy.
All right, everyone. Now is not the time for this.
We have a sighting of David's car.
We have a location.
It's at the pier.
No. Please, no.
I need divers down here immediately, and the lifeboat out as well.
Searching for one male adult.
One male infant.
Johno's calling in the frogmen? Are you sure?
Divers and lifeboats.
Does he really think David...?
Look sharp, lads. There's a missing baby out there.
We work around the clock until we find the pair of them.
We don't jump to any conclusions.
Katie, you should go home.
We'll call you if anything...
If there's a development.
I'm staying right here.
Katie, love, the Sergeant's right.
Let them do their thing.
We'll go home and wait for little Lukey.
Are you happy now?
If David's in there? If he's taken our Lukey?
Why don't you go and look after your daughter, Mrs Kiely.
If you know something, Patricia, anything.
I went to see him.
I didn't think you'd come.
No milk I'm afraid. Cutbacks.
Bit of sugar.
-Drink it. It'll do you good.
He can't have done this, Johno.
He worshipped Luke.
When you spoke to him...
..what did he say to you exactly?
He was upset.
I told him to take Luke home.
To give this up.
He wanted you to bring money to him, didn't he?
So he had a plan.
He needed cash.
He wasn't thinking of doing anything...drastic.
I should have given him the money. I should have helped him.
Don't even go there.
This is my fault.
All of it.
I did this.
Pushing, pushing, pushing.
He would have been tracked down anyway.
Maybe then he'd still be alive.
They'd still be...
You listen to me.
Until we get absolute proof to the contrary,
Luke and David...
are still alive.
Are we clear?
Are we clear?
I turned my back on him.
I did this.
Oh, hi, Niamh. Yeah.
No, no sign yet.
What's it like?
Yeah. Parties every night.
At least I have my own cell. Lockdown's eight o'clock.
-Slop out in the morning.
-Why did you ask me to come here?
I wanted to see you.
I didn't think you'd come.
It means a lot you being here.
Wasn't sure if you still cared.
I'm here, amn't I?
I miss us.
-Then help me.
I can't do it. I can't do it any more. You've no idea.
Just hear me out. That's all I'm asking.
Everything OK here?
Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine, thanks.
-Conor, please, I shouldn't have even come. I shouldn't have come.
-I'm willing to forgive you.
OK? Everything you've done to me.
Conor, let me go, OK?
Only you can put it right. You can get me out of here.
That's all I'm asking, to tell the truth.
Tell the truth, Rach.
-You've no idea what it's like.
-Conor, I'm sorry, I can't do this.
I can't do it either. I can't be here. I can't. Tell the truth!
Rach, Rach! Rach!
Right. You're going into lockdown.
Rach, please! Rachel!
Am I glad to see you, little buddy.
The most wanted man in Ireland.
What do you think you're doing?
You wouldn't understand.
David. David, listen to me.
-You can't do this.
-Everyone thinks you're dead.
They're dredging the harbour, looking for your bodies.
You think that's fair? On Katie? The Kielys?
I'll ring them when we're safe.
You need to call them now.
-If you don't, I will.
I've a small window here. Just do me this one favour.
They will hunt you down.
Yeah, we'll see about that.
Mum left it on the table. Lucky me.
Nothing new there.
-Don't you ever take responsibility?
He's my responsibility.
Now let me have him, Mike.
I can't do that.
I'm at the point of no return here, Mike.
I can't go back there.
You'll work it out.
It'll be all right.
I always had your back, Dave.
I'm telling you now to stop this.
Or I will call the guards.
Do you know how close I came?
Imagine - my own son.
I swear to you I will keep him safe.
I swear to you, Mike.
Please don't take him away from me.
Please, Mike, I am begging you.
You never saw us.
Never saw you.
They're still dredging.
The fact they haven't found anything is actually...
That was Michael Hennessy.
He's alive, love. He's alive.
Mr Kiely... Vincent.
Did he say where they are?
He had a bag. And then he went to the kitchen to grab some food.
Do you have any idea where he went?
Honestly, I don't know.
Michael, if you're trying to protect your brother...
I'd have hardly called it in, would I?
Because I thought the Kielys should know.
Looks like he took some clothes with him,
and some stuff from the bathroom cabinet.
I don't know.
Did you find a passport?
Where does he usually keep it?
We usually keep them over here.
He also had a wad of cash.
Katie? I need you to do something for me.
Got to be here somewhere.
It's definitely not in there.
Keith, check down the side of the couch.
-I'm not putting me hand down there.
-Just do it, will you?
I put it in the nappy bag.
I was terrified of forgetting something.
I put his passport into his nappy bag.
-And where'd you put that?
-David has it.
Where's Dead Eyes?
Here. Before I scald meself.
Your man Hennessy must have an invisibility cloak or something.
What's going on?
Uniform or no, I'm still your partner.
..nothing. It doesn't matter.
Well, something made you lose your sense of humour.
This new gig...
It's a real chance. It means a lot to me.
-I know it does.
-Yeah. And I want to be taken seriously.
And if you're all slagging me in front of Rory...
Received and understood.
Yeah, face over. Thanks.
Fancy a swiftie later? I'm gasping.
I could ate the glass.
Helicopters and boats in the harbour.
Phone traces. Door to door.
Ye detectives aren't the only ones who have a monopoly on excitement.
Even had to get onto the Fishermen's Association.
It's like a union for fishermen or something.
Got boats up and down the coast.
Bloke droning on about wind speeds from Mizen Head to Malin Head,
put himself to sleep.
So they'd know every nook and cranny?
You wouldn't need Google Maps with them fellas.
Where are you going?
Just need to check something.
You still for that drink later?
Yeah. Cocktail night.
I'm here to see that O'Riordan fella about a debrief.
Right, yeah. I'll bring you through.
I'm sure everything will be grand.
One thing about that Hennessy fella - he wouldn't harm him.
Butter wouldn't melt, is that it? Tell that to Darren.
Just find them.
I pushed him.
I pushed him into this.
He's a grown man. Sometimes I think you forget that.
-Don't make this about...
We'll get him back. Luke.
What will they do to him?
They've all got the brief. Lone male, baby boy.
All the ports have been alerted. Airports too.
They have the photos we gave you?
The best one's the one in the brown jacket
but the other one's the more recent one.
We have both.
I promise you. He won't get away this time.
He better not.
So maybe it might be best if all of you go home.
-We're going nowhere, right?
I will phone you on the hour, every hour. Keep you updated.
Katie. What do you think?
If we'd been at home when you got news of David's car,
would you have called us first?
No, I wouldn't.
Then we're staying right here.
Rory. I think I have something.
Let's hear it.
OK, so we reckon the cocaine will be split up offshore
into smaller loads and then landed in minor harbours along the coast.
That's the usual modus, yeah.
OK, so, the Fishermen's Association,
I cross-referenced their local members with known Class A drug offenders.
Got some interesting names.
Ha! Little Barry? No way!
One of Laser Byrne's lads.
I had a chat with a contact, put out some feelers.
He's flown to Portugal twice in the last two months.
November, December. He's hardly topping up the tan.
You really opened up something here, Sharon.
It's a fair few names. Looks like it's going to be a long night.
I didn't even think. Did you have somewhere to be?
Uh, yeah, but...
Go on. You're entitled to a social life as well.
We'll pick it up tomorrow.
No. It's OK. Just let me make a call.
PAUDGE: You coming or what?
I'm after getting pulled in to something.
Ah, Sharon, don't do this to me. I feel like a right plank as it is.
Look, I'm sorry. Let me make it up to you.
Bloody sure you will. These yokes cost 12 euros a pop.
Well, well, well. What's the deal here?
I just got stood up by Future Detective Sharon Cleere.
And what do you need this for?
It's for Sharon.
Missin' her already?
Shut up, ya eejit.
Waste not, want not.
He won't settle. Not without his teddy.
He needs it to sleep.
What if I never see him again?
Don't be talking like that, love.
But what if we don't, Da?
We're going to get him back, Katie. Right?
Hear that? Your brother talking sense for once, huh?
You'll have little Lukey back in your arms soon.
You promise me?
David's drastic behaviour raises fears for baby Luke's safety. Johno is caught between the feuding families. A prison plea distresses Rachel.