Later, Patrick spots a piece of burnt clothing at the allotment, which appears to be one of the blue hoodies from Andrew's stag night. Patrick immediately calls the police, realising that this could be a clue. The police then carry out a thorough search of Dot's house, but they fail to find Andrew's hoodie. A suspicious Patrick says that Andrew must have burnt it, and Dot can't help but agree with his theory. However, deciding to do some detective work of their own, Dot, Cora and Rose break into R&R and manage to find Andrew's hoodie hanging up in his locker. But they're soon in legal trouble themselves when Billy arrives with a police officer.
Jay is horrified as the reality of the cover-up hits home, realising that innocent Andrew could be sent down over this. He then pays a visit to the police station - what will he tell them?
Also today, Jean realises that Andrew can't be the killer as she saw him at the time of Heather's death. However, Phil tries to put her off from talking to the police, reminding her that her benefit fraud and mental health issues would bring her statement into question.