Emmerdale village torn apart as child is kidnapped in terrifying plot twist

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Emmerdale fans are slowing learning what DI Mark Malone (played by Mark Womack) is really capable of. He arrived earlier this year and has since caused havoc for many village residents. In upcoming scenes, his affair with Harriet Finch (Katherine Dow Blyton) is set to be exposed, but it seems there are a few who are going to get caught in the crossfire. In a bid to teach a few people a lesson, will a child end up kidnapped? 

Despite warning Malone, Harriet has been unable to get the corrupt cop out of the Dales. 

So much so, now everyone who has crossed paths with him knows he is around – and he is making his mark. 

Malone and Harriet’s affair will be revealed to all parties in upcoming scenes, but how is Malone going to ensure he has everyone under his control? 

Perhaps he will stage a kidnapping. 

During an interview with Express.co.uk and other press outlets, the actor who plays Will Taylor (Dean Andrews) discussed whether or not his character has any inkling his fiancé is having a dalliance with another bad boy. 

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I don’t think he does. I think he feels she’s got a penchant for him occasionally. 

I don’t think he’s got any idea that there’s something going on with the debonair Scouse chap from the police station,” Dean explained. 

In earlier scenes, Will’s daughter Dawn ran into Malone in the village and it wasn’t long before the young mother told her father about Malone’s presence. 

Following this, Dean said Will is not entirely fearful: “I think he knows Malone from back when and knows what he is capable of. 

“I just think he knows that Malone will do anything to get his own way, including attacking physically and going after families and daughters and grandchildren. 

“He’s always got that sinister thing in the back of his mind…” Dean revealed. 

Does this mean Will, Dawn and Dawn’s son Lucas should be looking over their shoulder? 

There is also the matter of Cain Dingle (Jeff Horldey) watching his back as well as Moira Barton (Natalie J. Robb). 

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After all, their two sons; Isaac and Kyle’s safety was threatened earlier this week. 

This isn’t the first time the idea of Malone targeting Will or Cain’s nearest and dearest – including innocent children. 

Express.co.uk held an exclusive interview with Mark, who plays Malone and asked him whether he thinks the corrupt cop would go as far as kill someone to teach them a lesson. 

“Oh yes,” he replied certainly. 

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“There’s absolutely no doubt he is not capable of doing it himself. One million percent – and he has in the past.” 

Mark also said how Will knows all about Malone’s abilities to warn others: “Will knows, which is why Will is constantly saying to the other guys ‘You don’t know this guy, you don’t know what he’s like’. 

“So I think he’s definitely capable of it. And I don’t think I don’t think he would didn’t think [twice] about it,” the actor added. 

Emmerdale airs Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7pm on ITV.

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