Not long afterwards, the police turn up at the garage, wanting to take Cameron in for questioning about the robbery. Debbie is confused to hear what has happened from Cain. At the police station, Cameron is caught out when PC Bright says they have a witness who says he was involved with the Woolpack burglary.
A frantic Debbie goes to see Chas, who is floored when she is told what has happened to Cameron. Chas tells Debbie to give Cameron an alibi. Later, a steely Debbie heads to the police station, where she lies that Cameron was with her all night and insists she would have noticed if he had gone anywhere. Debbie doesn't believe Cameron when she later quizzes him about what he was really up to, unable to hide her unease.
At the same time, Chas feels wretched as she tells Dan they'll have to cut back even more on the wedding plans. Dan can't believe how cheap it's going to be. Carl enjoys winding Chas up, but later he opens up to her, confessing that he wants to be with her and believes they belong together.
Elsewhere, Edna is disgusted to witness Charity's delight over the fall-out between Carl and Jimmy. Charity asks Jimmy once again about buying him out and he is clearly struggling not to give in, David is thrilled when Pollard agrees to look after Jacob so he and Priya can go away, while Val senses Kerry is not as weak as she is making out.