Emmerdale spoilers: A masked person snatches Amy, putting her in grave peril.

Amy’s not safe. (Image: ITV)

In forthcoming episodes of Emmerdale, Amy Wyatt (Natalie Ann Jamieson) and Matty Barton (Ash Palmisciano) will be keeping a secret. They are aware of the whereabouts of Chloe (Jessie Elland) and baby Reuben, but they have to seem as though they are unaware of it since Chloe is desperate for Mackenzie (Lawrence Robb) to miss them.

After Reuben dumped Chloe and informed her he was going back to Charity (Emma Atkins), Chloe fled the village with Reuben, and Mackenzie has been desperately looking for them ever since, terrified at the thought of never seeing his son again.

Matty is under a lot of pressure to keep the secret, and as a result, he and Amy argue. Matty argues that Mack has a right to know where Reuben is.

He eventually becomes so terrible for Mack that he attempts to reassure him that Chloe and Reuben are okay and that he would see them the next day with Amy.

When Matty and Amy go to see Chloe at her hiding location, they quickly discover Mackenzie and Charity are following them and that a confrontation is about to occur.

When Chloe realizes the message is from him and intensifies her demand that he won’t see Reuben again, Mackenzie’s effort to coax her out of hiding by stealing Amy’s phone and messaging her as her sister backfires.

Who is it? (Picture: ITV)

Chloe vanished when Mackenzie abandoned her. (Image: ITV)

Amy is enraged with Matty for telling Mack that he knew where Chloe was, and she is enraged that Mack has made Chloe go even more into hiding because she can no longer even see her sister.

After a dispute between Matty and Mack, Matty punches the other man.

According to Lawrence Robb, Matty loses it and punches Mackenzie because he is making fun of him at the pub and saying things like, “Boo hoo, you think you’re the only one with issues,” or something like.

“Matty and Amy had a falling out after Amy discovered that Matty had informed Mackenzie that Chloe was dating Reuben.”

At the HOP, Amy finds herself alone. She is enraged at her lover and anxious about her sister. She’s not really aware of her surroundings, so when a cloaked figure snatches her, she’s startled.

Has Mackenzie had to resort to even more drastic means? Or is it another person?

To what extent is Amy in danger?

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