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-I've got Will coming to pick some stuff up later.
-Oh, is he, now?
Want to tell me why unpaid bills from the salon are being
redirected to CID?
It's not impacting on my work, if that's what you're implying.
Will's dad's had a stroke.
This place... OK, is it?
What do you think?
-I need her gone.
The wee lassie that went running to the polis.
Anoushka, are you all right?
I know you had that girl done over.
As soon as I can prove it, you're going down - for good, this time.
Not all of the CCTV cameras outside your flats were working,
but we did pick up on one man coming and going at the time of the attack.
We're looking into that.
I'm still really hopeful of finding out who did this.
Have you managed to remember anything else about what happened?
I was in shock.
All I remember is a gun being pointed at me.
I can only tell you that he was tall.
I'm just lucky your officer came back for some reason.
Yep, the officer.
He saved my life.
Right place, right time. How're you doing, Courtney?
She hasn't said much at all.
You're doing a great job looking after your mum.
How about I show you some photos, to try and find out who did this?
Tell you what, shall we go outside, let your mum get some rest?
Courtney, I know it must be scary seeing your mum in hospital, with all those wires and machines,
but she's doing really well.
The doctors here, are very good
and they're going to look after her for you.
They'll do everything they can to get her better.
What I need YOU to do, is have a look at these pictures
and tell me if you recognise any of them as the man who came into your flat.
Do you think you can do that for me?
You don't need to look worried.
If you don't recognise any of them, that's fine, too.
But if you do recognise the man that hurt your mum,
you just point at him to let me know.
Shall we give it a go?
Right, just take your time.
OK. Shall we go back and see your mum?
Shall we get a hot chocolate on the way?
Come on, then.
She definitely hesitated over this one. Jackie Bain.
He's got previous for GBH, hurting people for money.
Anoushka was shot and left for dead, so...
Has Bain got any previous connections to Kennedy?
Not as far as we know, but...
let's see if we can't make one now. Ask around.
Oh, have you heard any news about Cooper's dad?
Hopefully, he's on the mend, sir.
You can't keep me here indefinitely.
I know my rights.
A bouncy castle!
Another bouncy castle.
Oh, and look, look,
there's Thomas the Tank Engine!
You love Thomas, don't you?
Yes? Yes, go on that later.
I got this "two for one" in the sales. Madonna only ever wears the cat.
Knew I should've got the second one in my size.
Most of the stuff hasn't even never been worn.
Saves me taking it back.
Maybe I should just give my wages to charity, eh?!
Make sure you give a donation to the school.
-I'm away to do my shift at the bouncy castle.
-Good luck, darlin'.
Good you're here. Right - me and Robbie need to head into town.
-Here's some money for the shows.
-Er, he doesn't need that much!
He just needs to let off some steam
instead of using my towels as capes flying around the salon!
We're going to splash the cash here then we're going to go to the park.
Fairs are not really my thing.
I'd swap you in a second.
I don't suppose you fancy going into town to do
a course on the latest waxing techniques.
Don't worry. For the price of the course
-we'll eat and drink our own body weight in cheap wine and snacks.
-Now you're talking! He's all yours.
See you later, darling.
Hello, you two.
Your granddad said I could hang out with you today, is that all right?
He also asked me to get some monster stickers from the shop.
Although...isn't it kind of defeating the purpose of the fair?
I mean, there are plenty of treats to be had out here.
Are you trying to tell us how to spend our money?
I wouldn't dream of it. Just saying you don't have to buy his affection. Or mine.
Thank you. Can I go on the bouncy castle?
Come on...to the bouncy castle.
You know, we'll get along a lot better if you don't question me.
Right, is that how it worked with your ex-girlfriends?
Says the girl who was internet dating when I met her.
Here, let me help...
I can do it. I'm not a baby.
Did you watch the football?
I can take you for a walk, if you like?
Nothing but main roads out there.
Besides, it would probably disrupt some routine.
Dad, everyone's doing their best for you here. Try and make it work.
-You don't know what it's like.
-Maybe if you did the exercises they've given you,
-you'd get out of here sooner.
-Can do them just as easily at home.
-I'll leave you to it.
You'd need a carer if you went home.
-Not at your home. You can look after me.
-Dad, you know that's not practical.
You're not even giving it a moment's thought.
Or maybe you just don't want me there. Robbie's gone.
-I don't see the problem.
-It certainly wasn't Robbie.
Are you saying it was me?
What if you fall? Or needed help during the day?
With my hours, I wouldn't be able to give you what you needed.
I've got to get going.
I'm sorry. I didn't mean to put you on the spot.
Let's just spend some time together.
I'm meant to be on duty.
I only popped in to say hello. I'll come back tomorrow. OK?
Did you make the connection? Between Kennedy and Anoushka?
No such luck.
Well... Bain will turn up sooner or later,
then we'll get him for attempted murder.
Anoushka developed complications. She died a few minutes ago.
I was only talking to her this morning. Without her testimony...
there's no case against Kennedy.
Maybe the Fiscal will run the case without her?
If not, it's unlawful imprisonment to hold him.
What about the daughter?
Grant's talking to social services just now.
It's not your fault, sir.
Is that right?
Oh, well, let's hope the system drags its feet
and keeps Kennedy in for as long as possible, eh?
-I can give you a trim, if you like?
-Eh, no thanks.
I'll do it for free.
I'm not going to be your guinea pig.
Besides, could you even reach me over your bump?
Robbie says I'm getting really good, actually.
Says if I get enough practice I can even cut his hair.
Well, he's clearly lost his mind.
Fine, your loss.
Have you actually spoken to Robbie about what you're going to do
when the baby comes?
Not properly, no, but we'll figure something out.
Cos let's face it... Between your highlights and my shelf-stacking,
neither of us are going to be retiring at 35.
We'll be fine. There's that money from Leyla.
And then there's Gareth...
How could I forget? Where is boy wonder?
He went out to get some stuff for dinner
and in return I ran him a bath.
You don't mind him being here, do you?
It's your house.
Beer and pickles?
And beans and sausages - is he for real?
So? He likes what he likes.
I thought you said his favourite was roast chicken?
Well... maybe he was trying to impress me.
You're actually saying that I manhandled a chicken for nothing?
Well, if he ever takes you out for dinner, good luck.
I hope they've got a children's menu.
-See something you like? I'll give you a good deal?
You want a shot on the roundabout?
You've been on the bouncy castle twice,
-you've had sweets - you'll be sick.
I've got some raffle tickets.
I've got some of them in your size, what do you fancy?!
PHONE RINGS You better go and see her or you'll never hear the end of her.
What is it, Pedro? No, I'm with my family today.
Yeah, well, you'll just have to wait.
Look, the arrangement's the same as it was. Nothing changes.
Here, Cal. Go and see your Uncle Jimmy at the bouncy castle.
And watch the road.
Call me back in 15 minutes - if they don't turn up,
then you can go mental, all right?
Show some patience, man.
Aye. Just a business call.
-Over at the bouncy castle.
I was thinking, maybe us two should try and get away somewhere together?
Sounds nice. What did you have in mind?
-Prague? Next weekend?
-Just like that?
Just like that!
Where's Cal? I've got some sweeties for him.
-No more sweeties.
-Oh, it's all right for YOU to buy sweeties but not me?
That's me done my shift. Where's the wee man?
I sent him over to the castle.
I never saw him.
He'll not be far away.
-Where is he?
-I don't know.
-He went over to the bouncy castle.
I never saw him.
Well, we'll just look for him, then, he'll be somewhere.
Bob... Bob! Has Cal been in?
Wee devil. He's out playing hide and seek.
Have you seen Cal?
The wee man's got away from us.
Look, tell me if you see him, eh?
I'll help you look.
They called out his name, but...
Well, he's not come in here.
Gina, gonnae fling me my jacket. Just for a minute. Ta.
Bob, has Cal turned up here?
-Nobody can find him.
Who was supposed to be looking after him?
Right, come on, we'll go look for him, then.
Bob's not seen him.
We've turned the fair upside down.
The stupid wee monkey was playing Kelly Marie up this morning,
where's he hiding?
He's not at house or the community centre.
He'll be with one of his wee pals.
Maybe gone into one of their houses.
-No, not without asking.
-I'll check my place.
What happened? Nobody seems to know where he went.
The last I seen, he was at the bouncy castle. You were standing there.
You should have brought him all the way across.
Some of his teachers are still here. I'll ask them.
Right, that's it, make an announcement.
Attention, everyone. A little boy seems to have got himself lost...
If you could all keep your eye out for him.
He's four years old, with dark hair and brown eyes.
He was last seen over on the bouncy castle. His name's Callum...
And Callum, if you can hear me, please come and let us know you're OK.
What's goin' on, where's Callum?
Darlin', he'll be fine. We just cannae find him right now.
Will. Are you busy?
We'll be there as soon as we can.
In the meantime, tell the family not to panic, OK?
A child has gone missing at the Montego Street school fair.
Och the kid's probably just wandered off somewhere.
Why are they calling you? That's a job for uniform.
That was Gabriel Brodie.
-It's Lenny Murdoch's grandson.
Shall I give the DCI a shout?
Let's not bother him until we have to. Not today.
-Get the car and meet me out front.
When was the last time you saw him?
I've been at work. I was in town on a course.
I was taking a phone call.
What was he wearing?
Eh, what was it today.. sorry let me think...
His denim jeans and his green monster T-shirt.
Trainers, and a jacket navy blue with green bits.
Aye, and his blue hoody.
Has there been any upset in the family?
Any reason he might have taken off?
No. He couldn't wait for today. He was happy. Excited.
So no unusual behaviour this morning or over the last few days?
He was playing up a bit this morning,
but nothing unusual. He's only four.
He hasn't run away. He wouldn't do that.
So nothing like this has ever happened before?
Callum has never gone missing for any length of time?
OK, I'm going to officially report Callum as a missing person.
I'll get uniform to start a search immediately.
Have you got any recent pictures?
Yeh, I've got a load on my phone.
I'll get you to send a couple over and we'll get them printed off and distributed.
How long will that take?
I promise you.
We'll be doing all that we can as quickly as we can.
Our priority is to get Cal safely back with you.
Come on, Kelly - better get back to the house
and we'll wait for him there. Thanks.
Right, we're going to need door-to-door
enquiries of the local area, including shops and cafes.
We'll need a list of all the parents attending the same
nursery as Callum Adams.
If they're still outside, talk to them.
If not, I want them all called as soon as.
We'll need to check the CCTV cameras in the area concentrating
mainly or on any unusual vehicle or people coming or going.
I know it's been less than an hour
but this is a vulnerable young person, and we need to act quickly.
You get your guys together and make a start.
Will, I want you to act as Family Liaison Officer.
Because you know the family already and you've done the training.
Is there a problem?
We need to look closely at the family.
Their background, any domestic tensions.
The Mullens can be a bit off the wall sometimes but they're solid.
Looks can be deceiving.
You never know what goes on behind closed doors.
No... No, that's great. You've been a great help. Thanks. Bye.
So, what are your lot doing?
We've got every spare officer out looking for him.
Right, well, I'm calling all the parents I can think of.
That's a good idea.
And if you can think of anything else about Cal, where he likes
to go, who he likes to see and that sort of thing, it might help.
Isn't your boss in charge?
She's co-ordinating the search for Cal.
I've been appointed the Family Liaison Officer.
And what would you know about family?
We want somebody more reliable to look after us, don't we Kelly?
I want the same thing as every member of this family.
To bring Cal home as soon as possible.
So we don't we get a say on who we "liaise" with?
Please try and forget what you know about me personally.
I wouldn't let you set foot in this house under normal circumstances.
These aren't normal circumstances, are they?
Everyone you know or who knows him is out looking for him.
OK if I come in? Just got a few questions.
Yeh, do you want to go and see how Kelly Marie is?
Yeh OK, try not to worry. I'll see you later.
Is there anything I should know?
Any chance this could be about you? Could it be personal?
You think he's been taken?
I'm saying his Granddad mixes in dubious circles.
I'm not here to dig or get anything on you.
But if there's something you think might be relevant to helping us
find your grandson, I want to hear it.
Anyone with a score to settle at the moment?
Everything's fine. Business is good.
Just because you're happy, doesn't mean your associates are.
The woman who just left...
We're seeing each other.
Are you looking at her?
No reason to.
Yeah. She's here. Will do.
If he has got himself lost, he knows his address.
We've sounded it out together over and over.
But I'm always banging on about stranger danger.
He'd be too frightened to ask anyone for help.
Have you checked the hospitals?
They've all been alerted. No child matching Cal's description has been admitted to A&E.
I don't know if that's good or bad.
At least I'd know where he was. His bed.
I never made it this morning, because I was in a rush.
I better do it now. So it's ready for him.
Poor thing. It must be every mother's worst nightmare.
So, how did you come to be working with Callum?
I was recommended by the hospital. Like I usually am.
You seem close to the family?
I've become very good friends with Kelly Marie.
And how would you describe your relationship with
-the rest of the family?
I've been dating Callum's granddad, Lenny now for a few weeks.
OK? Does that bother Cal?
I don't think he's even noticed.
He and his granddad have a special bond, don't they?
They're very close. Callum's his only grandchild.
You and Lenny ever discuss work much?
He sees what Cal and I do first-hand.
And to you know anything about what he does?
Well, he runs a taxi firm and the arcade,
..co-owns the Oyster Cafe.
You're obviously not from Glasgow, so what brought you here?
Can I ask? Am I being investigated?
We just need to cover every angle.
Could you answer the question please?
What do you mean every angle?
What exactly are you accusing me of?
We simply need to talk to anyone who has a close relationship or
anybody who's recently came into his family's life.
That's exactly what Cal and I have. A close, professional relationship.
Or maybe you already have.
The police know what they're doing.
This isn't like Cal.
He hates it when he can't see one of us nearby.
I should maybe go and see if Kelly Marie's all right.
No, she probably just wants to be with family the now.
Listen lads, he's not back at the house,
so keep your eyes peeled for him.
You spot him, let me know right away?
Has nobody found him yet?
Where's your boyfriend?
He's at mine. I heard about Cal.
Is there anything I can do?
Aye, go tell him I wanna see him.
I'm goin' to meet him in a minute.
Where was he this morning?
With me. We just got up.
-You'd better not be lying for him.
-What are you getting at?
What, you think he's got something to do with this?
Do you think he's got something to do with it?
If you think that Gareth or anybody else working for you is
capable of taking Cal then tell me about it now.
Well, then let's rule that out, and stay focused.
We'd normally be coming in from nursery by now.
Or Jimmy would have picked him up as a special treat.
I'd be in making his lunch. He'd be putting on one of his DVDs.
Is it still Thomas The Tank Engine?
He watched it about 20 times
when Robbie was looking after him once.
Jimmy's going to keep driving around, hen.
Stella and Bob are going to check all the back streets.
That's what I should be doing.
You're best here. Can I get you a cup of tea or something to eat?
It's fine. I can manage on my own.
We were all there. Cannae believe one of us didn't see him?
What if something terrible's happened to him?
You know what he's like, Scarlett.
He could have seen some stray cat and started following it.
Got himself lost. The police'll find him any time now.
DS Grant and the team they know what they're doing.
This way. Come through.
Would it be OK if these officers had a look in your loft?
-Well, you never know.
Cal might've got up there, got stuck, or fallen asleep.
D'you want me to go up and have a look?
That's OK. It's above the hallway there.
The ladder wasn't even down.
There's no way he could've got up there.
Kids find their way into all sorts of places
-when they want to hide.
-Hide from what?
Let the officers do the job.
Do you think we've hid him up there or something?
Does he think we're doing this to get attention?
Do you think we've done away with wee Cal and shoved him up in the loft?
-Are we suspects, Will?
-We're just being thorough.
Oh, my God. We are.
What, you think I'd hurt my own son?
No. It's just routine.
No, hurting someone close. That's more your style.
Excuse me. We need some time on our own.
The family are falling apart.
I think we should give them some space.
I'm convinced they've got nothing to do with this.
So am I.
If it's not an associate of Murdoch's...
I've been in touch with the Child Protection Agency.
This guy lives one tube stop from Shieldinch.
We need to find out if he's got any connection to the family.
The usual M.O. then? Gaining the victim's trust via people they know.
Show them the picture. See if anyone recognises him.
Right. I'll get back there now.
Have you seen this guy anywhere?
Picked him up in your cab? Seen him in the shop?
Cannae say I have.
I don't think so. Why?
He's just a person of interest at this stage.
What the hell does that mean?
It means he's just somebody we want to talk to,
somebody who might be able to help with our inquiries.
Why? Who is he?
What is he? Why's he known to youse lot?
He's not one of them paedos, is he?
We've no reason to suspect he's got anything to do with Cal's disappearance.
So why are you asking?
He was at the fair. I seen him.
Did he say anything?
-I can't remember.
-Oh, my God. I feel sick.
I can't believe there's paedophiles roaming free
and we know nothing about it.
Jimmy, go and get Madonna away to her pals.
Hey, it's long past visiting hours. Need to get you into bed.
It's barely gone six.
Aye. And my shift's nearly over.
-I know this probably isn't a good time...
No, not really.
I just wanted to say sorry for earlier,
suggesting I move in with you again.
-Forget about it.
-Yes, yes. I have.
When you come back to visit, I won't mention it.
OK, Dad. I've got to go.
By the way, have you done your exercises this evening?
Well, maybe tomorrow when it's time to feed you and wash you
and take you to the toilet, I might just forget.
You're just going to have to trust me to remember, eh?
It's time you were getting ready for your bed.
Kelly, if you could proofread this for me, please,
if you wouldn't mind?
Make sure the description of Cal and what he was wearing is correct.
-It's way past his teatime.
He'll be starving.
By all accounts he had plenty to eat at the fair, so...
I remember I was late for picking him up from the nursery once.
Only five minutes.
Callum said it felt like ages to him.
He's been gone over seven hours.
He'll be wondering why I'm not coming to pick him up.
Kelly, we won't call the search off until we find him.
Do you know everyone says a mother would know. Feel it.
I don't feel anything, not about where he is or how he is.
What does that say about me?
It says nothing. You're a brilliant mum.
Those connections between kids and their parents...
Look, Scarlett's right.
You're not psychic.
He's got a birthmark on his right shoulder.
It's faint but it's there.
Otherwise everything else is correct.
I'll add it to the description.
-How are you doing?
-Same as you.
Did you hear they stopped the Tube today for a while?
-So they could search the tracks.
-We're gonnae find him.
-Don't even think like that.
What am I supposed to think?
You know what people are capable of.
You were supposed to be looking after him.
The police spoke to me.
They asked about my relationship with Cal,
but mainly about my one with you.
Just doing their job.
I felt like a suspect.
Have you have any idea what it feels like to be questioned like that?
As though I'd be capable of hurting a child?
Like becoming his speech therapist was part of some mad,
-elaborate plan to take him away from you.
-I know it wasn't.
Do you? I don't think you do.
-You still have your doubts.
-It's not personal...
It is to me!
It surprised me, really, how little I know about you or what you do.
I don't need this.
Cal adores you.
There must be a reason the family don't want you around.
My grandson is missing. I cannae get into this.
If this is going to work, you have to let me in.
I can't trust anybody.
Angela, don't go.
His alibi checks out.
He left the fair to go see his counsellor.
I'll call Will, he can reassure the family.
"The lion's roar turned into a yawn,
"the monkeys had one last swing, the bats clung on by their toes
"and wrapped their wings around them like blankets.
"All the animals went to sleep except for the night owl,
"who watched over them all night."
One more story.
No. Let's clean teeth and get to bed.
Let's just get you sorted, sweetheart.
There's a good girl.
-He's never spent a night without us before.
I didn't have to do that course today.
Why didn't I just say no?
-You can't turn down work.
-It was a stupid skive.
I should've spent the time with Cal.
I got cross with him this morning cos he was running about the salon.
I told him there might not be a fair.
Do you think that's why he's ran away?
Don't be daft, you cannae blame yourself.
Then what's happened? He's been missing a whole day.
Now he's out there tonight, God knows where.
If somebody's taken him he could be hundreds of miles away by now.
What's going through his wee mind?
What is my baby going through?
Come on, come on.
Where is he?
"The mobile phone you are calling is switched off. Please try later."
I'll try that way.
How long's it been now?
He's been missing 21 hours, now.
I thought I'd check in with you
before heading over to Kelly Marie and the Mullens.
Is there anything you want me to concentrate on with them?
I think we have to consider this an abduction now.
It would be good if Kelly Marie would do a public appeal.
No. They'll take one look at me and think it was my fault.
The mother that should have been there.
The rest of the family were there. He should've been OK.
You'd need to have eyes in the back of your head
to keep up with that wee one.
Using the eyes we've got would have been better!
What would I have to do? What would I have to say?
-We'd prepare you for all that.
-What if I get it wrong?
Mess it up?
What if the public don't like me and decide they won't help find Cal?
I know I've made up my mind about parents on these things before.
Could I do it?
-Would that be OK?
-It would be more than OK.
You just be beside me.
OK, Molly. Take your time. If you need to stop, just stop.
OK, we're running. In your own time.
It has been nearly 24 hours since my great-grandson,
Callum Adams, went missing.
His mother here beside me,
and the rest of Callum's family are desperately worried.
He's a lovely wee boy and we just want him home.
That's Molly done the appeal.
It'll be on TV and radio this afternoon.
Nice if you could've been there.
Callum means the world to me. I'm doing everything I can.
Some of us, like Molly, are doing even more.
PHONE RINGS Hello?
Cal? Is that you, pal?
Hey, Cal! Where are you, son?
Hm? You tell your grandpa and he'll come and get you.
DIAL TONE OK? Cal?
What's going on?
Somebody's got him.
What? How d'you mean?
-How long have you known?
-I got a message last night.
-So what do they want?
-That's what I've been trying to figure out!
I might have guessed you had something to do with this.
Kelly Marie's out her mind with worry, Molly's put an appeal out
-and you knew all along?
-Let me think, Jimmy.
There's nothing to think about! We go to the polis!
No, we don't. The message last night said no polis.
You know how this thing works.
Have you any idea who it might be?
Family, it's why we do what we do.
Hi. Lenny Murdoch, here.
Yeah, yeah, I'm fine, aye.
Well, no. There's one wee problem. I was wondering...
Want to meet in the boat yard?
Lenny! Are you in here?
-What's going on?
-Where is he? What have you done with him?
What are you talking about?
-Done with who?
-My grandson! He's disappeared!
-What's that's got to do with me?
You were talking to me on the phone at the time he disappeared.
I don't know what you're talking about! That's nothing to do with me!
I'm gonnae count to three,
then I'm gonnae shoot you if you don't tell me where he is.
-I don't know what you're talking about!
-This has got nothing to do with me!
-I wouldn't have came here if I knew anything about it!
-Think about it!
-TEXT MESSAGE ALERT
He's your grandson so I'll let it go.
Stop wasting your time looking in the wrong places!
A hundred grand to be dropped in Mossgreen playground at 12.
Can you get that by then?
Yeah, I can get it.
Right, there's only one way to find out where Cal is now.
Aye, go to the polis, like I said in the first place.
Can you no' read? We cannae involve them, we've no time.
Are you willing to risk that? Because I'm not.
And anyway, he doesn't have to know the polis are gonnae be there.
If I don't play by their rules, they'll kill him.
I don't trust the polis to handle this.
I'll go myself.
Jimmy, you tell nobody.
God help me if you get this wrong.
We're not sure what happened to Cal
or how he got separated from us, his family.
Callum was wearing blue jeans, a blue jumper
and a monster T-shirt with white trainers.
Cal, if you see this, darlin', nobody's angry with you
and don't be frightened to ask for help.
Your mammy just needs you to come home.
Your cousin Madonna is looking after your favourite bear Humphrey
till we see you.
If anyone has seen Cal
or thinks they know anything about where he might be,
I am asking you...no, I am begging you to get in touch with the police.
We love you, Cal. And we need you back home with us.
What do we do now?
I'll, er, check with the other drivers again.
-They got the money. No sign of Cal.
This cannae go on.
-We cannae keep playing about with Cal's life like this.
What sort of grandfather are you, anyway?
Aye, all right. PHONE RINGS
Cal, is that you, son? You're going to be...
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"That was proof of life.
"So what is your grandson really worth?"
-Oh, no, we cannae play that game.
-I can sort this.
You're out of your depth.
-Kelly Marie, she needs to know he's alive.
The more people that know, the more likely that is to change.
-These people are gonnae kill him.
-Right, on you go!
Get in touch with them! Put a price on our grandson's head!
Don't you say a word, Jimmy.
For Cal's sake.
Every minute that passes and we haven't heard...
Every minute I picture more and more horrible things happening to him.
He'll be so frightened. He'll be wondering why I've no' came for him.
-Why I've let this happen.
-Don't do this to yourself.
Here, darlin'. Drink this.
I don't want another cup of tea. I want my son back.
We'll find him.
I wish everyone would stop saying that. What if he's dead?
What am I gonnae do then?
How would I forgive myself?
We need you to confirm that these are the same
-as those worn by Cal when he went missing.
-I can't do this.
Anyone who thinks this will make a difference,
-they're kidding themselves.
-They're hoping. It's for Cal's sake.
It's imperative we revisit the events of that day.
He hates Lenny and he's nuts. I wouldn't put anything past him.
But would he hurt a wee boy?
Jimmy's part of this reconstruction and he's vital, where is he?
I've no idea.
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