The Emmerdale story of Craig Whodunnit is still ongoing, but it is quickly coming to an end. The killer’s neck noose tightens as the police close in on their lead.
Since Craig Reed (Ben Addis), the rapist who killed Lydia Dingle (Karen Blick), was discovered dead on Home Farm, there has been a search. Someone made the decision to take matters into their own hands and purge evil from the world when the cops freed him.
Following the discovery of one dead body, the villagers have identified a killer.
Lydia quickly deduced that a member of her family was accountable and proceeded to extract a confession.
She conducted her own cross-examination of every family member to find out whether they had an alibi during a lock-in at the Woolpack.
While some did and some didn’t, none of them—especially Sam Dingle (James Hooton), who is keeping a significant secret close to his chest—were speaking the whole truth.
While Lydia was trying to smoke out the offender, she was furious with each of them, but now the cops are closing in on the guilty individual.
As their interviews go on, they are getting closer to the information that may completely upend the Dingle family.
When Sam finds out that Lydia intends to move out of the family home, there will be much worse news.
Sam thinks he’s lost her forever until Kim Tate (Claire King) provides her a haven at Home Farm.
Although Samson Dingle (Sam Hall) is determined to put things right, Lydia seems to have abandoned her family due to their heinous deeds.