Hollyoaks resident Peri Lomax (Ruby O'Donnell) finds herself in danger at the hands of her stalker Timmy Simons (Sam Tutty) next week.
At the hospital, Juliet Nightingale (Niamh Blackshaw) collects her prescription and realises that girlfriend Peri hasn’t been receiving her messages, so whilst Peri’s back is turned, she texts her and watches it mysteriously delete itself.
Choosing not to tell Peri about her discovery, she turns to Cher McQueen (Bethannie Hare), who comes up with a plan to catch out Timmy.
Timmy walks into their trap, but realises before they can catch a good glimpse of him and he drops a something in the process.
Using what Timmy left behind to their advantage, Cher and Juliet set out to find out where the item was purchased, and, as luck would have it, Liberty Savage (Jessamy Stoddart) reveals it was purchased at the Emporium.
Whilst Liberty checks CCTV, Juliet rushes to tell Peri what she’s discovered, but she refuses to believe her once again.
Juliet is about to give up on her when Liberty shows up with the footage from the Emporium, and confirms that it was Timmy.
Meanwhile, Peri bumps into a flustered Timmy who makes up a lie about a break-up and claims that he’s now homeless.
Sympathising, Peri agrees to let him stay at her house for the night.
Later, Peri quickly grows suspicious of Timmy as his lies start to unravel, and it’s panic stations when reality kicks in, and she finds herself in serious danger.
Trying to comfort Peri, Timmy makes a declaration of love but scares her even more by revealing that he’s been watching her on the cameras.
Juliet to the rescue as she bursts through the door, but will they manage to overpower an unhinged Timmy?
Elsewhere in the village, Warren Fox (Jamie Lomas) tries to deter Sienna Blake (Anna Passey) away from her search to find Brody’s killer, but she is determined, and it seems her sleuthing causes Warren to break down as Joel Dexter (Rory Douglas Speed) catches him losing it at the garage.
Offering a shoulder to cry on, Joel tells Warren that he can make up for things and that sometimes the truth is best left buried, but without knowing Warren’s latest wrongdoing, could he be giving the wrong advice?
Later, Sienna lets it slip to Warren that she has an eyewitness and as he tucks a gun into the back of his waistband, it seems that he might do something about it.
Sienna’s eyewitness reveals themselves as Donna-Marie Quinn (Lucy-Jo Hudson).
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They meet up at the café as Donna Marie trades in lunch for the witness statement, but who will she say was driving the car that killed Brody?
Also, Warren and Fergus Collins (Robert Beck) plan to flee Hollyoaks but Warren has a change of heart about leaving after a talk with Maxine Minniver (Nikki Sanderson).
Fergus isn’t happy and finds finds Warren’s gun in the garage – he seems to have a plan.
Warren finds himself wrapped up in yet another crime, but he still plans on staying in the village.
Some encouragement from Trish Minniver (Denise Welsh) gives Fergus the motivation he needs to convince Warren that he doesn’t want to stay.
Felix Westwood (Richard Blackwood) later bumps into Maxine with all the gifts that Warren has bought her.
As she rushes off, she drops one of the earrings that Warren stole from Walter’s shop without realising and Felix picks it up.
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Pearl walks past and recognises the earring as it being Walter’s late wife, Gloria’s, so it doesn’t take long for him to put two and two together.
The Devereauxs keep the news of Warren’s involvement away from Martine, and Felix assures them that he’ll make him pay.
Felix gives Warren an ultimatum – give back Price Slice or he’ll go the police.
After leaving the garage, Felix talks to Joel about his false alibi for Warren, but Joel warns Felix that going to the police could lead to more people getting hurt.
Later, Felix is shocked when Warren threatens to hurt his family if he tells the police about the Price Slice robbery.
Hollyoaks airs weekdays on Channel 4 at 6.30pm followed by first-look episodes on E4 at 7pm
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