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I am asking you, I am begging you,
to get in touch with the police.
No, no. No.
I don't trust the polis to handle this, I'll go myself.
Jimmy, you tell nobody.
Lenny's known since the beginning,
there was a ransom demand,
he did the drop-off, and it went wrong.
They got the money, we didn't get Callum.
What does it mean? Have they hurt him?
-Get out. I said, get out!
Callum would be home by now if you'd just told the truth.
I can hardly smell him.
CAR ENGINE STARTS
That's me got her to bed, but I'm so worried about her.
-You don't think she's...
-Don't be daft.
-It's Kelly-Marie we're talking about.
-He's been missing three weeks, Jimmy.
In which case, maybe she should go to the doctor's. Get something.
You're joking. She'll no' listen.
Aye, because she doesn't want to be knocked out if there's any news.
-Is that not obvious?
-But Jimmy's right, Ma. We cannae just do nothing...
Morning, Sis. We were just...
You all right, darling?
You want a cup of tea?
They haven't come back.
Aye, I noticed.
The journalists. Who do you think?
-Anything come in overnight?
'Fraid not, sir.
But Murdoch's been up to his usual nocturnal activities.
The surveillance team are under strict instructions,
if he so much as gets out of that car, they arrest him.
Yeah, well, satisfying as that might be,
it doesn't move the investigation forward any.
We're treading water here.
And all the while, Cal might still be out there.
We need to try something different.
We ran that reconstruction in good faith, but if we'd known it was a gangland ransom,
-there wouldn't have been a poster in sight.
-Take them down?
Yeah. Recall everything relating to the public appeal.
-We need to send the kidnappers a signal.
-That the heat is off.
They've got their money.
Hopefully, they'll relax and we'll get the boy back.
Or they slip up and we catch them.
What about the media, sir?
We stopped feeding them copy as soon as we got the full picture.
I just hope Murdoch's activities haven't cost us anything.
-Can you get me a team together?
Shall I have another crack at persuading the Mullens
to have another FLO?
It's in their best interest.
I don't know Scarlett Mullen very well,
but I'm guessing you'd be wasting your breath.
Oh! You assemble outside, I'll brief on the go.
-What's going on?
-Nice drive last night, was it?
We've already charged Jimmy Mullen for taking the law in his hands,
-don't make me do the same with you.
-Cut the crap, will you? What's all this about?
You'll be told soon enough.
We haven't found him. It's not that.
Let me talk to the family first, yeah?
Do you want me in with you, sir?
No, no, no, you'll be more useful out here. I'll do this.
So, basically, what you're telling us is now you do nothing?!
No. That wasn't what I said.
The wee man's still out there.
And so are the scumbags that took him!
And there'll be no let-up in our efforts to find him.
-Jimmy, shut up and let the guy speak!
Don't you think you've done enough damage?
As DC Cooper explained, further to the evidence we received about a ransom being demanded,
and subsequent communications,
this ceased to be a simple child abduction.
So we continue to treat Cal's disappearance
as a case of attempted extortion.
The target we believe to be Cal's grandfather - Lenny Murdoch.
We've checked all his known associates,
but, so far, they all have verifiable alibis.
We've...drawn a blank.
But we do have one lead, Matty Rhodes.
Our surveillance team have been keeping tabs on Matty,
we've also been monitoring his mobile phone, but nothing.
Which essentially means...no contact, no further demands.
In other words, you're no further forward.
What we're thinking now is that we're at stalemate.
Whoever has Cal wants to move,
but they're wary of the public campaign to find him,
so we feel if we take a little bit of the pressure off,
that might enable them to act.
And then you'll get Cal back?
Kelly-Marie, our overriding priority is the recovery of your son.
Please be assured of that.
I should get back to the station.
If there's any news at all, you'll be the first to know.
I'll walk you down.
DCI Donald knows what he's doing, darling.
At least, we've got to put our trust in him.
And him up there.
If nothing else, we don't have that Will sitting there any more.
-Is that the lot?
If I've missed any, I'll get them later.
What are you going to do if it doesn't work out?
Do you really think who took Cal is going to fall for that wee charade?
Other forces have adopted this tactic before. It's been successful.
Of course that very much relies
upon the co-operation of all parties involved.
We can expect your co-operation?
I'll take the Community Centre.
Moving up the ranks, I hear, Detective Sergeant.
Still hacking out the same old headlines, Millar?
Just giving the people what they want.
So, you going to tell me what's going on?
As you know, the investigation has taken a new path.
In return for full disclosure post-arrest,
we're seeking the media's co-operation in taking this case off the front page.
So why are you here?
You trying to flush these guys out?
We're asking for a halt to speculation.
Unless you feel like being excluded from all future police briefings.
Only had to ask.
I hoped they'd all gone. Knew it was too good to last.
I've only seen two of them today.
At least I'll not be run off my feet as usual.
Bob, I'm sorry.
No, it's all right.
Really. It's not like I don't keep doing the same.
Look, how's your mum coping?
Aye, all right. I think.
You know, if there's anything I can do...
Aye, I'll tell her.
I'm not just saying that, Bob, I mean it, anything.
Cheers, I know.
All right, mate, cheers.
I'm sure Scarlett knows you're thinking of her.
Aye, I suppose.
-Right, what can I get you?
-Oh, no, it's a flying visit. I'm late as it is.
-Oh, yeah, what for?
-That carpet at your dad's place that keeps coming loose,
-I said I'd tack it down.
-That's good of you.
Anyway, I wanted to drop...this off!
Right, I'll look at it later, eh?
Well, don't sound too enthusiastic(!)
No, I will. I'll look forward to it...
Is everything OK?
I mean, you were keen as mustard when I mentioned this place before.
And I am. Honest.
-Well, see you later, then.
Oh, sir. Good news.
Not about Callum. Anoushka. Jackie Bain's been arrested.
-He's being brought in.
There was an incident in a hotel.
Bain wasn't involved, but the attending officer noticed he was keen to leave.
So they ran a PNC.
Found that Bain was using a false ID, one of his known aliases.
If we can link him and the murder of Anoushka Pattinson back to Billy Kennedy, we're back on track.
-I've got a duty brief on call ready to interview.
No, no, you take lead on this one.
You'll achieve anything I could.
Sir, we may have a lead on the Callum Adams abduction.
The child was pulling away. He was distressed.
As though the adults weren't his parents.
In whose opinion? That's conjecture.
The caller also said that he was dirty, like he hadn't been washed for a couple of weeks.
-You and I both know there's hundreds of kids in Glasgow who could do with a bath.
-It's all we've got, sir.
Yeah, yeah, OK, get this caller re-interviewed.
But keep any search low-key.
-We don't want to take the pressure off only to become too visible again.
-Plain clothes, door to door?
If it's OK with you, sir,
I don't think we should let the family know just yet.
Oh, no, no, no. The mother's at breaking point.
I don't want to get their hopes up.
I'm showing Mr Bain a shirt from his suitcase.
We found residue on the shirt, Mr Bain.
From the same cartridge that killed Anoushka Pattinson.
Did you fire that shot?
For the tape, Mr Bain doesn't answer.
Did you know Anoushka Pattinson, Jackie?
Perhaps someone paid for her murder?
Does it not bother you? That someone wants a young mother executed?
And doesn't care if her child is there at the time?
Or maybe that's something you can live with?
Tell Malcolm it was nothing.
Well, I'm sure he'll want to recompense you in his own way.
There's really no need. Bye!
Oh, wait... How's Gina? Are the two of you any closer to naming the day?
I wish. Gina's been putting it off.
I don't suppose she's said anything to you about it, has she?
I'm afraid she's getting cold feet.
Oh, I can't believe that's the case.
No, she'll be upset, of course, about wee Callum. We all are.
I'm sure she's not short of people telling her to slow down.
Gina is the steady one of those two sisters.
And she'll not allow herself to be persuaded into anything
until she's absolutely sure.
Here you go.
First chance I've had to take the weight off all day.
Are you all right?
I've been too pushy about this wedding, haven't I?
Moving things along too fast.
And now, I've put you off the whole idea.
And who said that?
Gina, you hardly looked at that brochure this morning.
I just had a million things to do. That's all.
It looked to me like you'd gone off the idea.
Greg, it's not you. It's just...everything that's going on.
It just feels wrong to be organising something so happy
when my best friend's feeling...God knows what.
Until Cal's home, I can't even think about inviting her.
We can put it on hold, for now.
To tell you the truth, I'm relieved.
I thought I was the problem.
Don't be daft!
I don't believe that I didn't think of putting it on hold myself.
I mean, talk about insensitive...
That's the last thing you are.
Are you sure you don't mind?
YOU are worth waiting for.
I had a very interesting chat with Gregory earlier on.
Tells me that you've decided to take it slowly.
You know, just until the stuff with Cal's sorted.
Exactly what I said.
Now, I'm not interfering, Gina,
but if there's one thing I've learnt,
it's to take what's there when it's offered.
None of us knows what's lurking around the next corner.
So just grab the good stuff while you can.
-Oh, Liz, I don't know.
-Well, but I do.
I mean, look at me and Malcolm. Yes, I know we've got trials coming.
But I'm just so grateful
for all the great times we've had together, and still do have.
Now, it would've been the easiest thing in the world
for me to delay our wedding.
Until the bold Eileen was reconciled.
But look what would've happened if I'd have done that,
look what I would have thrown away.
That magical day.
Oh, now, that reminds me...
Malcolm and I would like you to have it, dear.
Now, it doesn't matter if you wear it on the day
or not or even if there's going to be a day.
But he gave it to you.
Yes, and I'm giving it to you.
It just...feels right, Gina,
after all we've been through together.
Now, you must do as you see fit, of course, but...
..it'd bring Dad such joy to know you were happy.
..what you're doing now, hen, this shutting yourself off...
..that's not you giving up, is it?
Because we owe it to that wee boy to keep hoping.
You do know that, don't you?
We've got to believe that Cal will be back here soon safe and well.
No, you just said "hoping".
So is that all it is now?
What, like hoping we get what we want for Christmas?
Oh, come on, Kelly-Marie.
That's not what I meant, and you know that.
Gran, if I stop thinking he's gonnae come back, what else have I got?
Oh, I'm sorry, hen, I'm sorry, me and my big mouth.
I didn't mean it the way it came out...
-I'm going out.
I need some air. I'm suffocating in here.
Ms Adams. Iain Millar.
It's OK, I'm not going to hassle you.
Who are you?
I'm a journalist.
I appreciate the police will have told you not to talk to us.
-Just go away!
But I want you to know we're only doing what we're told.
So it was the police that told you to move on?
Our readers are still as concerned for Cal as you are.
They still want to help.
But, as I say, when the cops tell us to do something
or not to print something...
Anyway, here's my mobile.
I won't be door-stepping you, that's not my thing,
but any time you want to chat, just give me a bell.
The polis were here.
They wanted all the posters in the cars taken down.
Aye, they took them down in the pub earlier.
Lenny, I know the rule is "don't ask", but these scumbags,
Rhodes and whoever, I mean...they've been in touch, aye?
Your family wanted the polis running things.
Why don't you go and ask them?
What does that mean? You're just going to leave it?
What am I supposed to do?
After your wee escapade, the polis are all over Rhodes like a rash.
You know and I know he's got something to do with it,
-but I cannae get near him.
-Why don't you ask Gareth?
Do you think I haven't done that? He's come up with nothing.
So we just sit on our hands, eh?
You think I like it any better than you?
Where have they gone? Cal's posters from the shop, where are they?
The...the police told me to take them away.
Zinnie's right. They must've told you?
Eileen said the Community Centre thing's done too.
But how are people supposed to know?
I mean, how are folk supposed to look out for him?
I don't know.
They must know what they're doing.
-Right. Thank you, bye.
Sorry about that.
It's all right. Can't just stop work cos I pitch up.
-What can I help you with?
-You mentioned you might have someone to take my place.
The shares in this place.
Right. Well...we should sit down and go through the papers and that.
-What's going on?
Where are Cal's posters?
Didn't DCI Donald explain?
And where have you been?
I'm working on something else.
So you're doing something more important, is that it?
No, no, no. It's just another case.
-Which is more important than finding Cal?
So what is it? Does my son not matter any more, no?
Kelly, nobody thinks that!
Well, that's how it looks!
I need to go after her.
No, leave her. Just...let her calm down.
It doesn't make sense.
Before, they wanted people looking out for him.
That's for the police to sort.
What they do is up to them.
Miss Adams, the way it works is this.
The police tell us stuff.
Then, they say what we can and can't disclose.
Why they want a media blackout now, I've no idea.
We just do as we're told.
I guess some of it could come down to fatigue.
How do you mean?
There's only so much they can ask the public before people switch off.
You know, if it was a little girl, photogenic...
But a lot of boys go missing.
This is my little boy!
I know. But to the cops, he's just a case number.
Would you rather I lied to you?
So...what do I do?
Only way I can get the newsroom interested
is if there's something new.
But if the police aren't giving us anything, then...
But you said they had. So what was it?
According to my source,
they're looking at a lad called Matty Rhodes.
They had him in custody, then they released him.
Is that a name you've heard?
What about him?
You didn't get this from me.
But if they think it's him, I don't get why they let him go.
Rhodes is an unsavoury character. He spent time in juvenile custody.
He slashed a classmate. A knife attack.
The boy survived, but he lost the sight in one eye.
I'm sorry you had to hear it from me.
Kelly, I want to help you. So does our readership.
But right now, our hands are tied.
Of course, if you were to talk to us...
help to keep Callum in the public eye...
Let me get you a coffee.
I just feel so helpless.
I've covered Kelly-Marie's shifts, but...
Robbie, you can't blame yourself for any of this. I know you.
-You'll have done everything you could.
-So why's she shutting me out?
She's protecting herself.
Don't think of it as shutting you out, it's more locking herself in.
But she knows you're a good friend.
And she's lucky to have you.
And how about you? How are you coping?
You're always going to put yourself in their shoes.
But what does it matter about my feelings
compared to what Kelly-Marie must be going through?
You will look after yourself, though, won't you?
Don't worry about me.
And vice versa.
Oh, the papers...
Let's not worry about that just now.
We'll find the time to sit down and go through it properly.
Can't be easy being back here.
A photograph of you at the scene
is more likely to capture the public's imagination.
Can we just get this over with?
Kelly, can I be blunt with you?
When I mentioned Matty Rhodes' name,
-that wasn't the first time you'd heard it, was it?
-So, what did the police tell you about him?
-Only that he may be involved.
But they gave you no idea as to why they're handling him with kid gloves?
-I don't know.
-I think you do.
Kelly, we want the same thing. You need to help me.
I know Jimmy Mullen's been charged with his assault.
Has that got anything to do with it?
for Cal's sake.
He was only trying to help. There were two of them.
-Jimmy and someone else.
-So how did that happen?
They were trying to find Cal.
Jimmy asked Rhodes if he knew where he was.
Understandable. I've got kids myself.
I know it was wrong, what he did,
but he told Jimmy that there was a couple...that they had Cal,
so he must know where they were,
-but then, when the police questioned him, he...
-He shut down, denied everything.
-And then, they let him go.
-Inadmissible evidence or something.
Kelly, how exactly did Mr Mullen go about getting this information?
Can we stop this now, please?
You did everything you could. Bain would've been well-paid.
He knows that a prison term goes with the territory.
Leaves us no closer to getting Kennedy though, does it?
No-one's untouchable, Cooper.
He'll overstretch himself soon enough.
Any news on the Adams case?
We're doing a door-to-door on a housing estate on the south side.
Anything I can do?
No, just tie up the loose ends on the Jackie Bain arrest
and get that over to the Fiscal.
Oh, tell me you're kidding!
That DCI said that the police had the press on board.
How are we supposed to believe that they know what they're doing?
Why are you asking me?
And how's it gonnae affect me? I mean...
It's gonnae suggest to any jury that I tortured him.
Jimmy, what do you want me to say?
You shouldn't have done it. You know that.
Oh, cheers, Bob(!) I did what I did cos I cared!
And they're agreeing with you.
They're saying the polis should've acted on what you got.
Making you out the good guy - what more do you want?
I just want Cal back.
-I want things to be like they were.
-And you think we don't?
The difference is, we don't think we can sort it all on our own!
I just tried to help!
No, you just tried to be the big man.
Mate, get lost, eh?
Do you vultures never give up?
Mr Mullen, Iain Millar...
-I know who you are.
-Wonder if I could have a word?
Oh, aye, just like you did with Michael Brodie?
Or did you think I'd forgotten the name?
You've a good memory. But Dr Brodie was a different case entirely.
Aye, what was it you called him again? Dr Death.
Get out my face.
At least hear me out. You've read the article.
Oh, I've read it all right.
Of course we can't condone violence, but there's a lot of fathers and grandfathers out there
-that will applaud you for your actions.
-Cut the crap!
All you want to do is sell papers.
Not at all. We want this to have a happy outcome for everyone.
Back off! You're just making it worse.
Beat it. And you keep away from my family.
'Well, at least, he was trying to help,'
which was more than you were doing!
No, Kelly, this is how Millar works.
You should have seen what mincemeat he made of Michael Brodie.
-That was the same guy?
He latches onto anyone he considers vulnerable.
They're meat and drink to him.
I'm not vulnerable!
I just want to know people are still looking for Cal.
-I don't want him forgotten.
We still believe this is about money.
So as long as the people get what they want,
they've no reason to harm Cal.
The danger arises if they feel spooked.
If they fear they've been spotted or in the public eye.
If they do feel threatened, then they'll have two choices.
The one we hope they'd take is to leave Cal
where he could be quickly found,
like a supermarket or a service station.
The other choice, well...
Kelly, I know you were just trying to help.
But we know what we're doing, so please leave the investigation
and any dealings with the media to us, OK?
I'm sorry there was no other way to tell you.
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
We're doing it today. We'll tell you know later when.
Price is 400 grand.
Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold on a minute. 400? What are you, mental?
And no police. If they're there, you don't see him again.
Right. Put the boy on.
Come on, put Cal on. I need to know he's OK.
Put my grandson on the phone.
I just want to hear his voice.
Put him on.
You know you're going to pay for this for the rest of your life.
You harm that boy and...
Come on, hen, we've got this far.
We have to stay strong.
What if I've done the wrong thing, Gran?
What if I've put him in more danger?
You did what you thought was best for him!
Kelly, you OK?
Scarlett, Scarlett, get in here!
Hamish, it's me.
I've managed to raise half of it.
How's the rest coming along?
The DCI's in with the editor now.
I wouldn't want to be her.
What happens now?
I should've gone with her.
Hey, it's a setback, that's all.
What? It's not your fault. The DCI put you on other duties.
That was his decision.
Part of me was glad he did.
I felt like a fraud.
Being with the family, reassuring them
when I didn't believe half of what I was saying myself.
That Callum would be found alive?
I was scared.
If the worst did happen...
..I don't think I could have been the one to tell her.
You're better at this than you think, you know.
We'll be there.
That was door to door, they've found something.
Some sort of drug. Inhalant.
They drugged the boy to keep him quiet.
Drug phials, blood on the hoodie.
And no sign of Cal.
How recently did they leave the flat?
No more than two days ago.
The food they left hadn't gone mouldy.
We're positive it's where they were holding Cal.
Chances are they sussed they were seen and moved straightaway.
They probably had their next safe house set up and waiting.
It's a professional set-up.
Whoever's running things knows exactly what they're doing.
It's definitely Cal's?
How do you plan on playing it?
We've no choice. We're going to have to get Kelly-Marie to identify the hoodie.
And although this is not an official murder enquiry yet,
we do need to start preparing the family for the fact
that the next thing we find may well be a body.
If there was a body there, the dogs would be able to tell us?
Hmm, only if it was in situ long enough.
You know, if they get nothing,
-it might just be cos the body had been moved straightaway.
-Or he's still alive.
DS Grant, you speak to the family.
No, sir. It should be me.
Kelly has a right to expect that.
Hi, Kelly. I need you to take a seat.
Has someone seen him?
-Please, if you just sit down...
-Just tell me!
We've found a piece of clothing we think might be Cal's.
We need you to identify it.
We think it's the top that Cal was wearing when he was taken.
But you need to be prepared for the fact there's blood on it.
So...so what are you saying?
They've hurt him?
-Will you answer her!
-We don't know. We don't know.
We've matched the DNA though. It's Cal's blood.
How? How was he hurt?
We won't know till we find him.
Murdoch? You in here?!
I want a word with you!
You telling me what I did to that piece of filth, Rhodes, was wrong!
No, I shouldn't have stopped until he told me where Cal really was!
I'm not getting you. What is it?
The polis, they found his hoodie. It's covered in blood.
They can say what they like, but they're treating this as murder!
You hear me?
The boy is dead!
If you hadn't sat back, he might still be here!
It's important that you take your time.
Only say if you're absolutely certain. Do you understand?
I'm...I'm sorry. I really am.
This is my fault.
This is all my fault! I did this!
I did this.
I'm here for you, darling.
Is that it? Can you leave her alone now?
She needs time.
I'm sorry, we need permission to access Cal's dental records.
SHE SOBS No!
No! What have I done?
This is all my fault.
I should never have spoke to that journalist.
No, Kelly, it's not. The blood was dry.
Any injuries Cal sustained happened before the article came out, OK?
When? When was he hurt?
We don't know. I'm sorry.
No. I can't believe this.
No. A bit of blood means nothing!
He could've fallen over or cut himself.
So you do what you have to do.
I believe that my boy is out there somewhere.
And I am not giving up on him even if the rest of you are!
You've dragged him around like a piece of meat.
-So where is he now?
We found his hoodie, covered in blood and the drugs you gave him.
Where's Callum, Matty? What have you done with him?
I don't know what you're on about.
Haven't you heard?
Jimmy was here.
So...what? You're just going to sit there?
What else do you want me to do?
You mean you believe it too?
Do you believe he's dead as well?
What, because they say?
-You believe everything they say?
Because it makes sense, Kelly.
Do you think I wanted this?
We don't know for a fact.
-All they have is some blood!
I dunno, maybe...maybe Cal cried once too often.
Maybe they never had any intention to give us him back alive.
All he ever was to them was something to bargain with.
No, no, you don't believe that.
You're going to have to stop pretending now, OK?
I mean, even the polis are treating it as murder.
You're just prolonging the agony here! He was taken for money. Money!
And they got it.
At least the first part.
The first part?
What's it matter?
No! What did you mean? Have they asked for more money?
What, and you didn't pay it?
-You're the reason they killed Cal.
-No, he was already dead!
I got a phone call in the afternoon. Now, Cal must've been already dead,
because I asked to speak to him and they wouldn't let me.
I just wanted to hear his voice again.
Now, I never will.
No, Lenny! Why would they want to meet up if he was already dead?
-You work it out, eh?
They got my money once, why not take it again?
Maybe they've still got Cal!
Maybe Cal's still alive!
-Where was this? When?
-What does it matter now?
Look, I don't care if he is...
I just want him back.
No! You don't get to do this!
You don't have the right.
Is this what they want?
-Is this what they want?!
-Just leave the money.
You're coming with me.
I'm going nowhere, hen.
Yes, you are. Don't you dare give up on Callum!
That wee boy loves you.
So if you don't do it for me, then you do it for him.
How you doing?
There's a car parked out the back.
Give me the keys.
-You've been drinking! Give!
Now we wait.
Rhodes will want to make sure I've not got any back-up.
He'll be checking the side streets, looking for polis.
And have you got back-up?
I don't want any more violence.
We'll let her get past. We won't want anybody in the road.
Did you bring what we asked for?
-Have you got it?
-I've got it.
OK, car keys on out the window.
Hands on the dashboard.
Who the hell is this? You were supposed to come on your own.
-Where's my son?
-You tooled up?
Money first. In here.
No, not you, her.
-Put the money in the buggy, then get back in the car.
-I'll get it.
-I said her!
-No! You get nothing till we get proof of life, OK?
-Now, where is he?
-I told you what to do.
-Where is he?
-Look, it's fine, it's fine.
I've got it. No tricks. I'm begging you...where is he?
He is my little boy. Please, just tell me where he is.
Show us the money.
Look, see. I don't care about the money.
You've been with Cal, right? You know what he's like.
You know how much I want him back.
So, please, just tell me where he is!
-What was it, eh? What was it?
You get the money, we get a dead body later on? Is that what it is?
-Lenny, put the gun down!
Think I've got any qualms about shooting a woman?
-You've killed my grandson!
-No, he's alive!
Please, just give me the money, you'll get him back.
You're getting nothing. Now, where is he?!
-You want a bit of pain first, eh?
-No, he's alive!
-I'm not. He's alive!
-Lenny, just give her the money!
-Stay out of this.
OK, last time. Where is he?
-No, Lenny! No!
-What the hell are you doing?!
-You were going to kill her!
Wait! Where is he? Wait!
He has to be here.
Callum! Callum, where are you? Mummy's here!
You believe a word she says? She's only saying what she had to.
Callum, where are you?!
It's over, Kelly.
-Oh, my baby, my darling.
Oh, it's OK.
Mummy's here. You're safe now, Mummy's here.
Mummy's here. You're going to be safe now.
You're going to be so safe.
Mummy's here, darling.
He has a nasty gash to his arm and there's glass embedded,
so he'll require surgery.
But the doctors say there's no cause for alarm.
But he's OK?
Well, he's dehydrated, but they've put him on fluids.
The main thing is he's safe.
And what about Kelly-Marie?
-She's bearing up, but we'll leave it till tomorrow to interview her.
You and me need a word.
Now is not the time.
Now is exactly the time. Want to tell me what happened?
I got a call. Nothing more to be said.
-And no ransom was paid?
And the reports of a weapon being discharged?
I never heard anything.
You do know I will find whoever did this.
Why don't you just back off, eh?
There's a woman in there got her wean back and it's no thanks to you.
Just be grateful your grandson's safe.
Right. I don't care how much it costs,
everybody in here gets a drink!
-All right, Bob!
-They found him. Everybody, they found Cal.
-He's good. He's going to be all right!
Forget paying, this one's on the house.
What happened? Was it the polis found him?
Did my ma not phone you?
I don't know what happened, but it was Kelly-Marie and Lenny.
-All I know is he's looking great.
-You've seen him?
Aye, I'm just back from the hospital.
My ma and my gran wanted to stay there, but Kelly needs her rest and I need a drink.
-What're you having?
-A pint and a chaser up too.
We will need to talk to him, Kelly.
See what he remembers,
and we'll need to get a statement from you too.
I'm not going to talk about it in front of Cal.
Somebody must know who took my boy.
They're probably miles away by now.
I want that 500 grand they took off me.
Is that all?
I do not want you looking for revenge.
You need to stay away from Matty Rhodes and the kidnappers.
Leave this to us.
As far as I'm concerned, this is over.
You don't need to worry about us doing something stupid.
Did you miss me?
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