Hollyoaks viewers are convinced they know who killed PC George Kiss (Callum Kerr).
The aftermath of the evil copper's shock murder played out during Friday's first-look episode on E4.
John Paul McQueen (James Sutton) was distraught to find out about his abusive partner's death and was eager to find out more.
Sally St Clare (Annie Wallace) informed John Paul that Cher McQueen (Bethannie Hare) found George's lifeless body out in The Dog in the Pond pub car park.
Eagled-eyed viewers are now convinced that the youngster was responsible for George's murder.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Why is Cher acting shocked someone wanted to kill George when they all wanted to kill him the night before- it’s deffo her…maybe."
Another added: "Cher found the body? Very suspicious. is that a clue?"
A third person posted: "Yeah Cher is acting shady as hell."
While a fourth social media user said: "Cher's looking guilty? Did she do it?"
To make matters worse for the McQueen family, Cher decided to post about George's murder on social media.
She shared a snap of the murder scene with her followers in a bid to stop them trolling her.
Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) decided to write a comment on one of Cher's posts, trying to get them to stop the bullying but it only made it worse for the youngster.
Fans of the Channel 4 soap are aware that Cher has a dark side and she's previously confessed to killing her little sister in an accident at home.
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