1 00:01:23,696 --> 00:01:25,616 Oh, God. 2 00:01:27,173 --> 00:01:29,091 - There you go. - Why didn't you wake me? 3 00:01:29,092 --> 00:01:31,410 - I did. You told me to piss off. - I don't remember. 4 00:01:31,411 --> 00:01:34,651 - I do. - All the clocks have stopped in the house. 5 00:01:34,652 --> 00:01:37,852 - It's probably just a fuse. - Oh, Mum, I've got a temperature. 6 00:01:37,853 --> 00:01:40,091 - You haven't. - I'm not going. 7 00:01:40,092 --> 00:01:43,252 - If I have to, you have to. Doesn't she? - Not getting involved. 8 00:01:43,253 --> 00:01:44,732 Hi, Mum. 9 00:01:44,733 --> 00:01:47,771 - Morning, Liz. - Fresh eggs, we had a bumper lay. 10 00:01:47,772 --> 00:01:50,053 - Look at them, eh? Love you zillions. - OK. 11 00:01:50,054 --> 00:01:52,812 - Er... oi! - Hello, love. 12 00:01:52,813 --> 00:01:54,771 - I've got a temperature. - Have you now? 13 00:01:54,772 --> 00:01:57,011 - She hasn't. - Gotta go. I'm late to meet Nige. 14 00:01:57,012 --> 00:01:59,692 - Have you seen Danny? He forgot his lunch. - Already gone. 15 00:01:59,693 --> 00:02:02,373 - All right. I'm late. - Cheerio, love. 16 00:02:11,452 --> 00:02:13,251 - Get off! - All right, you lot? 17 00:02:13,252 --> 00:02:16,411 - How's it going? All right? - My first day back at work, ask me later. 18 00:02:16,412 --> 00:02:18,891 - Sports Day, isn't it? Show 'em what you got. - I will. 19 00:02:18,892 --> 00:02:21,892 - We should get the lads out. - Definitely. I'll text you later, All right. 20 00:02:21,893 --> 00:02:23,972 Bye, Jen? 21 00:02:23,973 --> 00:02:26,011 Sorry, love. Sorry. 22 00:02:26,012 --> 00:02:28,570 Where were you for five-a-side last Tuesday? 23 00:02:28,571 --> 00:02:30,611 Sorry. I had to go over to Lyme. 24 00:02:30,612 --> 00:02:33,292 - Mate's band were playing. - No excuses next time, eh? 25 00:02:33,293 --> 00:02:35,292 Yeah. 26 00:02:35,812 --> 00:02:38,932 - Morning, ladies. - All right, how are you? 27 00:02:39,653 --> 00:02:41,292 Hey. 28 00:02:41,293 --> 00:02:43,571 - Morning, Oll. - All right, Mark? How's it going? 29 00:02:43,572 --> 00:02:46,250 - Beautiful weather. - Sunshine and showers they reckon. 30 00:02:46,251 --> 00:02:48,970 - How's your mum? Is she OK? - Not bad, thanks for asking. 31 00:02:48,971 --> 00:02:51,933 - Pass on my love. - Yeah, will do, mate. Absolutely. 32 00:02:51,934 --> 00:02:55,292 - Oi, don't you sneak past. - Knock, knock. 33 00:02:55,293 --> 00:02:57,130 - All right, Maggie? - All right, Mark? 34 00:02:57,131 --> 00:03:00,893 - Got your ad renewal for you there, Mag. - Ah, a week late. 35 00:03:00,894 --> 00:03:03,892 Oh, sorry, no-one's perfect, eh? 36 00:03:05,212 --> 00:03:07,212 Lovely morning for it. 37 00:03:08,973 --> 00:03:10,973 All right, Becca? 38 00:03:11,132 --> 00:03:13,890 Your hotel started that tradesman's discount yet? 39 00:03:13,891 --> 00:03:17,252 - You've gotta have class to eat here. - Class? I'm all class, me. 40 00:03:17,253 --> 00:03:19,252 Keep telling yourself that. 41 00:03:21,212 --> 00:03:24,612 - You're late. - Yeah, sorry, traffic's really stacking up. 42 00:03:28,333 --> 00:03:31,173 There's all them lovely tourist girls ripe for your picking. 43 00:03:31,174 --> 00:03:32,892 Shut up! 44 00:03:32,893 --> 00:03:35,093 So, what was the upshot of last night, then? 45 00:03:37,412 --> 00:03:39,333 How about you just drive? 46 00:03:40,933 --> 00:03:44,332 Morning. You all right? Hi. Morning! 47 00:03:44,333 --> 00:03:47,291 Hi, I'm back! 48 00:03:47,292 --> 00:03:50,651 Thank you very much. Quite right too. 49 00:03:50,652 --> 00:03:53,652 Dom, I got you lung busters, against my better judgment. 50 00:03:53,653 --> 00:03:57,172 Nish. Look. Vodka, black label. 51 00:03:57,173 --> 00:03:59,330 - Very nice. Thank you. - Not at all. 52 00:03:59,331 --> 00:04:02,491 - Anna, I got you lip gloss for all your kissing. - Thank you. 53 00:04:02,492 --> 00:04:06,411 - Mike... moisturiser. Give that lovely face a lift. - Thank you. 54 00:04:06,412 --> 00:04:09,251 I got you a cuddly penguin, Frank. I know you get lonely. 55 00:04:09,252 --> 00:04:11,213 Come on, then. What's all the gossip? 56 00:04:11,214 --> 00:04:14,652 - Ellie. Welcome back. - Can I have a quick word? 57 00:04:16,813 --> 00:04:20,932 - What's the news? - We've given the job to someone else. 58 00:04:20,933 --> 00:04:22,891 - What? - I know it's a disappointment. 59 00:04:22,892 --> 00:04:26,132 You said it'd wait till I got back from leave. You said I was a shoo-in. 60 00:04:26,133 --> 00:04:28,773 - The situation changed. - Christ! 61 00:04:30,372 --> 00:04:33,092 - Who? Who got it? - DI Alec Hardy. 62 00:04:33,093 --> 00:04:35,252 A man? 63 00:04:35,253 --> 00:04:37,451 What happened to, "The area needs a female DI"? 64 00:04:37,452 --> 00:04:39,292 What happened to I've got your backing? 65 00:04:39,372 --> 00:04:42,930 - Alec Hardy has a lot of experience. - Why do I know that name? 66 00:04:42,931 --> 00:04:45,232 He was in charge of the Sandbrook murders. 67 00:04:45,243 --> 00:04:47,243 Are you kidding me? 68 00:04:49,043 --> 00:04:51,203 - When does he start? - Last week. 69 00:04:53,443 --> 00:04:55,443 You wanna see this or not? 70 00:05:01,122 --> 00:05:04,562 Yep, OK. Received. 71 00:05:07,403 --> 00:05:10,603 That's where they cut to get in. Siphoned the whole bloody tank. 72 00:05:12,803 --> 00:05:14,803 We'll be in touch. 73 00:05:16,363 --> 00:05:18,363 Is that it? 74 00:05:21,282 --> 00:05:23,282 What about forensics? 75 00:05:23,923 --> 00:05:25,840 I can't afford this, the price of diesel. 76 00:05:25,841 --> 00:05:29,841 - You called me at seven in the morning for that. - Too good for it, are you? 77 00:05:29,842 --> 00:05:33,640 Just got a call. Coastguard reported something down by the shore. 78 00:05:33,641 --> 00:05:36,601 After all she said to me, what's the bloody point? 79 00:05:36,602 --> 00:05:38,801 Shall I just walk out, clear my desk and go? 80 00:05:38,802 --> 00:05:42,723 No, I know. But you should have seen me, I was so happy coming back. 81 00:05:42,724 --> 00:05:44,281 I'm in here! 82 00:05:44,282 --> 00:05:46,403 Ellie, you've got a shout. 83 00:05:47,283 --> 00:05:48,363 Gotta go. 84 00:05:49,523 --> 00:05:52,922 - Can you see Danny? I can't see him. - He'll be with his class. 85 00:05:54,283 --> 00:05:56,840 I can't believe you're making me come to this. 86 00:05:56,841 --> 00:05:59,962 Hey, your choice. Stay here or get on to your own school. 87 00:06:01,122 --> 00:06:03,880 - Oh, all right. I'll go in. - I love you very much. 88 00:06:03,881 --> 00:06:07,202 And if you remember that smile give it a go for me, would you? 89 00:06:13,402 --> 00:06:15,641 Usain Bolt. OK? 90 00:06:15,642 --> 00:06:17,642 Now all look egg-cited. 91 00:06:22,803 --> 00:06:25,162 Hiya. All right? 92 00:06:26,163 --> 00:06:28,882 Beth? No Danny? 93 00:06:28,883 --> 00:06:32,003 - Oh, I thought he was here. - No, we haven't seen him today. 94 00:06:33,443 --> 00:06:37,323 - Well, did you do the register? - Yeah, we haven't seen him since yesterday. 95 00:06:37,324 --> 00:06:39,122 Miss? 96 00:06:44,722 --> 00:06:48,400 Danny, it's Mum. So, you're not at school. Can you give me a call straightaway? 97 00:06:48,401 --> 00:06:50,441 I just wanna know where you are. 98 00:06:50,442 --> 00:06:54,483 Jack, it's Beth. Danny did his paper round this morning, right? 99 00:06:56,842 --> 00:06:59,163 Oh, er... OK. Did he ring? 100 00:07:01,163 --> 00:07:05,403 No, no, no, it's fine. I'm just... just not quite sure where he is. 101 00:07:07,162 --> 00:07:09,082 Mark, it's me. Ring me now. 102 00:07:12,323 --> 00:07:14,323 Tom? Tom! 103 00:07:15,802 --> 00:07:18,723 Danny didn't say he was going anywhere this morning, did he? 104 00:07:18,724 --> 00:07:20,281 He's not in trouble. 105 00:07:20,282 --> 00:07:22,722 OK. Thank you. Can I do anything? 106 00:07:22,723 --> 00:07:25,402 - Just give me a call if he shows up. - Yeah, sure. 107 00:07:26,883 --> 00:07:28,202 Hey, Tom. 108 00:07:42,563 --> 00:07:44,361 Oh, come on. Come on. 109 00:07:44,362 --> 00:07:46,640 Main road to the coast at Broadchurch. 110 00:07:46,641 --> 00:07:50,002 If you are heading to the beach I suggest you make other plans. 111 00:07:53,882 --> 00:07:56,921 - What's going on? - Someone said the police are at the beach. 112 00:07:56,922 --> 00:07:58,402 They might have found a body. 113 00:08:28,523 --> 00:08:30,523 Stand back. Stand back, please. 114 00:08:34,002 --> 00:08:36,123 Oh, God, don't do this to me. 115 00:09:10,962 --> 00:09:12,683 Come on. 116 00:09:32,403 --> 00:09:34,561 - Oh, God. No, no, no. - Off the beach. 117 00:09:34,562 --> 00:09:37,043 - This area's off-limits. - No, I'm police. 118 00:09:38,082 --> 00:09:40,882 Oh, God, I know him. He lives here. 119 00:09:41,962 --> 00:09:44,520 He has tea at my house. He's my boy's best friend. 120 00:09:44,521 --> 00:09:47,161 - Oh, God, Beth. Does Beth know? - All right, calm down. 121 00:09:47,162 --> 00:09:49,800 - You don't understand. I know that boy. - Shut it off. 122 00:09:49,801 --> 00:09:52,920 - "Shut it off"? - Be professional. You're working a case now. 123 00:09:52,921 --> 00:09:54,721 - Alec Hardy. - I know. You got my job. 124 00:09:54,722 --> 00:09:57,283 - You wanna do that now? - You don't even know who he is. 125 00:09:57,284 --> 00:09:59,283 Tell me! 126 00:10:00,522 --> 00:10:04,323 Danny. Daniel Latimer. 11 years old. Goes to school with my boy Tom. 127 00:10:04,883 --> 00:10:07,520 His family live here. Dad's the local plumber. 128 00:10:07,521 --> 00:10:10,123 - Is this a suicide spot? - He wouldn't do that. 129 00:10:10,763 --> 00:10:12,762 Answer the question. 130 00:10:13,122 --> 00:10:17,081 There are others - one three miles west; another one further inland. 131 00:10:17,082 --> 00:10:19,401 - He's not that type of kid. - Find out where SOCO are. 132 00:10:19,402 --> 00:10:21,603 We have to move fast. That tide'll be in. 133 00:10:41,402 --> 00:10:43,203 Oh, God. 134 00:11:03,522 --> 00:11:05,401 Oh, God. Who's that? 135 00:11:05,402 --> 00:11:08,280 - No, Beth, get off the beach. - What have you found? 136 00:11:08,281 --> 00:11:10,683 - Let me see, let me see. - You can't be here! 137 00:11:11,002 --> 00:11:13,802 - Stop. Get her off the beach. Get away. - Those are his shoes. 138 00:11:13,803 --> 00:11:17,721 - Come on, come on. - Those are Danny's trainers! 139 00:11:17,722 --> 00:11:19,923 No! 140 00:11:23,642 --> 00:11:25,243 Danny! 141 00:11:51,444 --> 00:11:54,284 - Ah, Olly, you're back. - Survived Sports Day. 142 00:11:54,379 --> 00:11:56,377 - Not only that - coffees. 143 00:11:56,395 --> 00:11:58,354 That's three shots. 144 00:11:58,355 --> 00:12:03,354 Double-page spread. Spell all the children's names correctly, please. 145 00:12:03,419 --> 00:12:05,779 I don't want the parents berating me. 146 00:12:05,780 --> 00:12:09,858 - So, Reg didn't turn up. Red Lion. 147 00:12:09,859 --> 00:12:12,139 What, you mean we've got no pictures? 148 00:12:12,140 --> 00:12:15,258 Camera phone. I took them myself. 149 00:12:15,259 --> 00:12:18,259 Ah... good initiative, Olly. 150 00:12:19,819 --> 00:12:21,819 Show me how to download these. 151 00:12:27,139 --> 00:12:29,817 Why do still use Reg? He always lets you down. 152 00:12:29,818 --> 00:12:34,139 I see Reg in the supermarket every Saturday. We look after our own here. 153 00:12:34,140 --> 00:12:36,659 Oh, look at their little faces. 154 00:12:37,779 --> 00:12:41,419 Oh, that's very nice. You've almost got an eye. 155 00:12:42,499 --> 00:12:45,497 I tell Reg I'm using camera phone pictures in the paper. 156 00:12:45,498 --> 00:12:47,659 He'll be back and sober within the hour. 157 00:12:53,099 --> 00:12:56,299 Oh, my God. It's the Daily Mail. It's my application. 158 00:12:57,979 --> 00:12:59,699 Open it. 159 00:13:04,179 --> 00:13:06,018 Bastards! 160 00:13:06,091 --> 00:13:07,651 Oh, sweetheart. 161 00:13:08,971 --> 00:13:12,329 - There's plenty of other newspapers. - I've tried them all now. 162 00:13:12,330 --> 00:13:14,731 You're good, petal. Your time will come. 163 00:13:21,531 --> 00:13:23,531 Now, look, text from Yvonne. 164 00:13:24,371 --> 00:13:27,291 She says the beach is closed off for some reason. 165 00:13:28,411 --> 00:13:30,811 Go down, check it out, will you? Get some fresh air. 166 00:13:32,611 --> 00:13:34,411 Sure. 167 00:13:41,971 --> 00:13:44,889 They let people walk along here, no safety barriers? 168 00:13:44,890 --> 00:13:47,491 It's a coastal path. People know to be careful. 169 00:13:48,063 --> 00:13:50,063 It's a death trap. 170 00:13:51,543 --> 00:13:55,021 - How's it going? - Well, from what we've got up here, sir, 171 00:13:55,022 --> 00:13:58,181 it looks like the rock fall around the body was faked. 172 00:13:58,182 --> 00:14:01,103 - What do you mean? - The angle of the body was wrong. 173 00:14:01,104 --> 00:14:02,622 It was too arranged. 174 00:14:02,623 --> 00:14:05,183 And up here there's no flattened grass or slippage. 175 00:14:05,184 --> 00:14:08,302 No loose rocks. No fibres, no hand marks. 176 00:14:08,303 --> 00:14:11,263 - No sense of a downward trajectory. - You mean he didn't fall? 177 00:14:11,783 --> 00:14:13,181 Could he have jumped? 178 00:14:13,182 --> 00:14:17,063 That's unlikely, sir, given where he was found and the trajectory off the cliffs. 179 00:14:17,064 --> 00:14:18,742 See, not Danny. 180 00:14:18,743 --> 00:14:22,063 If you ask me... someone tried to make it look like an accident. 181 00:14:22,783 --> 00:14:24,783 I don't think he was up here. 182 00:14:39,503 --> 00:14:42,421 Get on to the pathologist. Tell him to hurry up. 183 00:14:42,422 --> 00:14:44,423 Even if it is just preliminary. 184 00:14:46,823 --> 00:14:48,462 - DS Miller! - Who's that? 185 00:14:48,463 --> 00:14:49,981 - Just keep walking. - Ellie! 186 00:14:49,982 --> 00:14:51,781 - He seems to know you. - Auntie Ellie. 187 00:14:51,782 --> 00:14:54,981 - I told you, don't do that. - Olly Stevens, Broadchurch Echo. 188 00:14:54,982 --> 00:14:57,623 I was down at the other end. Why has the beach been closed? 189 00:14:57,624 --> 00:14:59,462 No statements now. 190 00:14:59,463 --> 00:15:02,263 I heard there was a body. Has it been ID'd? 191 00:15:02,743 --> 00:15:05,543 - Please. - There will be a statement, Oliver. 192 00:15:25,583 --> 00:15:28,343 - Are they all in there? - Sir, I can lead this with the family. 193 00:15:28,344 --> 00:15:29,822 No. 194 00:15:29,823 --> 00:15:32,581 - I know them. - How many deaths like this have you worked? 195 00:15:32,582 --> 00:15:35,741 - This is my first. - You can't make it better. Don't try. 196 00:15:35,742 --> 00:15:39,623 - You don't know how I work. - Most likely premise is abduction. 197 00:15:39,624 --> 00:15:42,222 Was he taken? If so, who by? 198 00:15:42,223 --> 00:15:43,781 Watch them. Every movement. 199 00:15:43,782 --> 00:15:46,103 If anything doesn't make sense you tell me. 200 00:15:46,463 --> 00:15:47,463 OK. 201 00:15:48,983 --> 00:15:50,983 Don't look at me like that. 202 00:16:23,183 --> 00:16:24,823 Morning. 203 00:16:26,223 --> 00:16:28,223 Morning. 204 00:16:29,343 --> 00:16:32,663 I'm Detective Inspector Alec Hardy and you know DS Miller. 205 00:16:34,663 --> 00:16:38,103 - Why don't you take a seat? We need to talk about something. - Yeah. 206 00:16:38,104 --> 00:16:40,142 - Sit down. - Get a chair. 207 00:16:40,143 --> 00:16:41,943 Don't worry, I can do it. 208 00:16:56,383 --> 00:16:59,741 - The body of a young boy was found... - It's Danny, isn't it? 209 00:16:59,742 --> 00:17:02,103 - I saw his shoes. - Plenty of kids have those shoes. 210 00:17:02,104 --> 00:17:04,103 Sorry. You talk. 211 00:17:05,863 --> 00:17:07,863 We believe it's Danny's body. 212 00:17:09,103 --> 00:17:12,583 Who is it, Ellie? Was it him? 213 00:17:18,103 --> 00:17:20,103 Hey. 214 00:17:21,383 --> 00:17:23,383 Hey. 215 00:17:27,423 --> 00:17:29,103 Hey, it's all right. 216 00:17:29,623 --> 00:17:31,623 Hey, hey, hey, hey. 217 00:17:58,663 --> 00:18:01,943 - Was it an accident? Did he fall? - We don't know yet. 218 00:18:03,943 --> 00:18:07,823 Can you think why he might have been up on the cliffs last night or this morning? 219 00:18:08,583 --> 00:18:11,261 - He wouldn't have been. - Well, he obviously was. 220 00:18:11,262 --> 00:18:13,263 He didn't have any reason to be. 221 00:18:14,703 --> 00:18:17,221 How was Danny over the past few days? 222 00:18:17,222 --> 00:18:20,103 He didn't kill himself if that's what you're suggesting. 223 00:18:20,104 --> 00:18:23,143 He's been just... normal. 224 00:18:24,903 --> 00:18:28,943 He wouldn't kill himself. He knows he can talk to us about anything. 225 00:18:29,343 --> 00:18:31,183 And you last saw him when? 226 00:18:33,343 --> 00:18:35,423 I looked in on him er... 227 00:18:35,823 --> 00:18:38,302 about nine o'clock last night. 228 00:18:38,303 --> 00:18:40,903 He was laid in bed reading. 229 00:18:44,223 --> 00:18:45,821 Anyone see Danny this morning? 230 00:18:45,822 --> 00:18:49,623 No. He was up and out before anyone else. He's got a paper round. 231 00:18:51,223 --> 00:18:54,143 But he didn't turn up for that. Jack, I spoke to him. 232 00:18:54,144 --> 00:18:56,143 He runs the paper shop. 233 00:18:58,223 --> 00:19:01,543 Any signs of forced entry or disturbance round the house? 234 00:19:01,544 --> 00:19:03,543 No, nothing. 235 00:19:04,463 --> 00:19:06,463 I wanna see the body. 236 00:19:10,423 --> 00:19:12,263 You might be wrong about it being him. 237 00:19:13,223 --> 00:19:15,863 So, I wanna be sure. I wanna see. 238 00:19:26,023 --> 00:19:28,703 - How many times you done this, Ell? - I haven't. 239 00:19:30,383 --> 00:19:32,022 Thanks a lot. 240 00:19:32,023 --> 00:19:34,181 - Mark! All right, buddy? - All right, Trev? 241 00:19:34,182 --> 00:19:36,783 - What you in here for? - Nothing serious, I hope? 242 00:19:37,183 --> 00:19:39,261 Nah. Sign this petition, will you? 243 00:19:39,262 --> 00:19:42,301 - They're threatening to close this place down. - In a bit of a rush. 244 00:19:42,302 --> 00:19:45,263 Oh, come on. Won't take two seconds. It's important. 245 00:19:45,823 --> 00:19:50,343 Ah, good man. Hey, coming to skittles, the Lion on Tuesday? 246 00:19:50,863 --> 00:19:53,863 - The Yetminster. Grudge match. - I don't know, mate. 247 00:19:54,583 --> 00:19:58,223 See how it goes, eh? Right. Give my love to Beth and the kids. 248 00:21:23,543 --> 00:21:25,663 All this way I thought it wouldn't be him. 249 00:21:30,143 --> 00:21:32,143 My Danny. 250 00:21:36,463 --> 00:21:38,943 Can I touch him, Ell? 251 00:21:44,023 --> 00:21:46,023 Why him, eh, Ell? 252 00:21:50,543 --> 00:21:52,823 He's only little, isn't he? He's just... 253 00:21:55,543 --> 00:21:57,863 He's just my little boy, isn't he? 254 00:22:06,583 --> 00:22:08,583 Listen, boy. 255 00:22:10,103 --> 00:22:12,103 Er... 256 00:22:15,703 --> 00:22:18,543 I'm... I'm sorry that I er... 257 00:22:21,663 --> 00:22:24,303 that I wasn't there for you and er... 258 00:22:31,223 --> 00:22:33,223 You're... you're my... 259 00:22:33,743 --> 00:22:36,463 You're my boy, Danny, and I let you down. 260 00:22:39,423 --> 00:22:41,423 I'm so, so sorry. 261 00:22:49,023 --> 00:22:51,023 I love you zillions, superstar. 262 00:22:55,903 --> 00:22:57,903 I always will. 263 00:23:10,383 --> 00:23:14,863 Was Danny Latimer abducted? Did someone gain access to the house? 264 00:23:14,864 --> 00:23:16,902 If so, how? 265 00:23:16,903 --> 00:23:19,341 If it wasn't forced entry, who has the key? 266 00:23:19,342 --> 00:23:22,863 We need to collect any CCTV from a mile radius around the house. 267 00:23:23,823 --> 00:23:26,543 Miller family. Who are they and where were they? 268 00:23:28,463 --> 00:23:31,623 Beth had Chloe, their eldest daughter, when she was 15. 269 00:23:31,624 --> 00:23:33,382 Mark was 17. 270 00:23:33,383 --> 00:23:36,141 Mum and daughter were at home watching telly. 271 00:23:36,142 --> 00:23:39,181 They say they didn't leave the house until school next morning. 272 00:23:39,182 --> 00:23:42,661 Dad was out on an emergency call-out. He's a plumber. 273 00:23:42,662 --> 00:23:46,463 He got in around three. Neither parent thought to check on Danny. 274 00:23:47,183 --> 00:23:51,223 Gran lives nearby. She was in all evening. The other gran lives in Wales. 275 00:23:52,343 --> 00:23:55,063 Until we're ready all of this remains confidential. 276 00:23:55,663 --> 00:23:58,143 No gossip. Do you understand? 277 00:23:59,983 --> 00:24:01,983 All right. Go on. 278 00:24:03,223 --> 00:24:04,901 Given the nature of this case 279 00:24:04,902 --> 00:24:07,303 it makes sense to hand it on to another lead officer. 280 00:24:07,423 --> 00:24:08,622 No. 281 00:24:08,623 --> 00:24:12,501 It's nothing to do with your ability. We don't want Sandbrook to become a thing. 282 00:24:12,502 --> 00:24:15,701 - I was completely exonerated. - Alec, you came down here to lie low. 283 00:24:15,702 --> 00:24:17,621 I came to do whatever the job requires. 284 00:24:17,622 --> 00:24:20,341 But in terms of public perception, you may be vulnerable. 285 00:24:20,342 --> 00:24:23,863 I'm giving you the chance to step back. Nobody will blame you. 286 00:24:25,263 --> 00:24:27,981 This happened a stone's throw from your station. 287 00:24:27,982 --> 00:24:30,261 I've met your team. No-one's as qualified as me. 288 00:24:30,262 --> 00:24:34,463 Sandbrook doesn't make me vulnerable. It makes me the best man for the job. 289 00:24:36,703 --> 00:24:38,983 You wanna stop me, you're welcome to try. 290 00:24:41,703 --> 00:24:43,703 Thanks for the 99. 291 00:24:54,806 --> 00:24:57,204 - What did Jenkinson want? - Jenkinson? 292 00:24:57,205 --> 00:24:59,846 - The Chief Super. I saw you walking with her. - No. 293 00:25:00,926 --> 00:25:04,926 I did, you were having 99s. Miller, your son went to school with Danny. 294 00:25:04,953 --> 00:25:06,871 - Does he know yet? - No. 295 00:25:06,872 --> 00:25:10,190 - You need to talk to him. - Tomorrow. I'll tell him tonight. 296 00:25:10,191 --> 00:25:12,592 And, sir, do you mind not calling me Miller? 297 00:25:12,912 --> 00:25:15,352 - Why? - I don't really like the surname thing. 298 00:25:15,442 --> 00:25:17,441 - I prefer Ellie. - Ellie. 299 00:25:19,121 --> 00:25:21,641 Ellie. No. 300 00:25:24,041 --> 00:25:25,919 Jack, we need to ask you a few questions. 301 00:25:25,920 --> 00:25:28,121 Danny didn't turn up for his round this morning? 302 00:25:28,961 --> 00:25:31,921 - I assumed he was sick. - Did he often miss his round? 303 00:25:31,922 --> 00:25:34,401 They all do, one time or another. 304 00:25:37,441 --> 00:25:40,081 - How was Danny yesterday? - No different from usual. 305 00:25:40,161 --> 00:25:42,479 You didn't notice anything on his mind? 306 00:25:42,480 --> 00:25:46,361 He was only in here 15 minutes first thing. I'm no psychiatrist. 307 00:25:46,362 --> 00:25:48,400 - Are you married? - No. 308 00:25:48,401 --> 00:25:50,401 Are you? 309 00:25:52,081 --> 00:25:55,200 They brought him in here, Mark and Beth. 310 00:25:55,201 --> 00:25:57,001 Three days old, he was. 311 00:25:58,441 --> 00:25:59,841 It's not right. 312 00:26:04,601 --> 00:26:08,121 - What do you have? - Superficial cuts and bruises to the face. 313 00:26:09,281 --> 00:26:12,920 Traces of domestic cleaning fluid on the skin. 314 00:26:12,921 --> 00:26:15,521 Cause of death was asphyxiation. 315 00:26:16,721 --> 00:26:18,680 He was strangled. 316 00:26:18,681 --> 00:26:21,681 Bruising to the neck and windpipe and at the top of the spine. 317 00:26:22,281 --> 00:26:26,240 The pattern of bruises suggest large hands. 318 00:26:26,241 --> 00:26:28,241 I'd suggest er... male. 319 00:26:29,721 --> 00:26:32,560 It erm... it would have been brutal. 320 00:26:32,561 --> 00:26:36,760 The angle suggests he would have been facing his attacker. 321 00:26:36,761 --> 00:26:39,001 Er... He would have known. 322 00:26:39,441 --> 00:26:42,561 - Any sexual violence? - Mercifully, no. 323 00:26:44,281 --> 00:26:46,040 The time of death? 324 00:26:46,041 --> 00:26:50,441 Er, I'd put it between 10pm Thursday night and 4am Friday morning. 325 00:26:52,921 --> 00:26:54,921 Thank you. 326 00:26:56,281 --> 00:26:59,361 We don't get these around here. 327 00:27:00,641 --> 00:27:02,481 Make sure you find them. 328 00:27:34,161 --> 00:27:37,521 We have some preliminary findings. 329 00:27:39,561 --> 00:27:42,441 We are treating Danny's death as suspicious. 330 00:27:44,641 --> 00:27:46,519 We think he may have been killed. 331 00:27:46,520 --> 00:27:49,399 I should have checked on him before I went to bed. 332 00:27:49,400 --> 00:27:51,639 - If I'd checked... - Beth, this is not your fault. 333 00:27:51,640 --> 00:27:54,041 Whatever happened, this is not down to you. 334 00:27:57,001 --> 00:27:58,640 I promise... 335 00:27:58,641 --> 00:28:00,641 we will find the person responsible. 336 00:28:00,642 --> 00:28:02,641 Oh, my God. 337 00:28:03,921 --> 00:28:05,641 You have my word. 338 00:28:08,721 --> 00:28:10,201 He's a little boy. 339 00:28:28,881 --> 00:28:30,881 Chlo, I don't know what to say. 340 00:28:31,801 --> 00:28:33,321 I know. 341 00:28:33,401 --> 00:28:35,400 It doesn't feel real. 342 00:28:35,401 --> 00:28:36,881 Are the police round? 343 00:28:36,961 --> 00:28:38,641 Come on, let's go. I want to do this. 344 00:28:38,642 --> 00:28:40,200 Seriously? 345 00:28:40,201 --> 00:28:41,760 What did they ask you? 346 00:28:41,761 --> 00:28:44,201 Do they know about us? Cos you ain't 16 yet. 347 00:28:44,202 --> 00:28:46,201 Nobody knows. Let's go. 348 00:29:01,081 --> 00:29:02,760 Are you OK? 349 00:29:02,761 --> 00:29:04,839 I'll be better once I've eaten something. 350 00:29:04,840 --> 00:29:06,121 Do you want anything? 351 00:29:06,122 --> 00:29:08,121 No. 352 00:29:08,601 --> 00:29:10,681 Do you think other kids are in danger? 353 00:29:11,681 --> 00:29:13,560 I don't know. 354 00:29:13,561 --> 00:29:15,561 Maybe. 355 00:29:31,601 --> 00:29:33,601 Are you sure you're OK? 356 00:29:35,481 --> 00:29:37,481 Do you want me to do it? 357 00:30:11,761 --> 00:30:12,920 Hello? 358 00:30:12,921 --> 00:30:14,199 Is it Danny Latimer? 359 00:30:14,200 --> 00:30:15,481 I can't talk to you. 360 00:30:15,561 --> 00:30:19,641 - I've seen Chloe at the beach. It is, isn't it? - This isn't appropriate, Oliver. 361 00:30:19,642 --> 00:30:22,681 It is him. Oh, my God. The poor kid. 362 00:30:23,201 --> 00:30:25,759 I did not confirm that. This is not a confirmation. 363 00:30:25,760 --> 00:30:27,761 No, I understand, Auntie Ellie. 364 00:30:28,961 --> 00:30:29,961 Olly... 365 00:30:35,241 --> 00:30:37,360 Hi, it's Olly. Leave a message. 366 00:30:37,361 --> 00:30:39,599 Answer my bloody calls. I did not confirm that. 367 00:30:39,600 --> 00:30:42,801 You cannot speculate about this incident. Are we clear? 368 00:31:28,841 --> 00:31:31,119 - Karen, you might want to see this. - Not now, Sam. 369 00:31:31,120 --> 00:31:35,279 I've this Department of Education press release that's got to sound like essential news. 370 00:31:35,280 --> 00:31:37,799 It's barely in English. Who teaches these people? 371 00:31:37,800 --> 00:31:41,559 You said tell you if anything comes on the local paper Twitter feeds. 372 00:31:41,560 --> 00:31:43,839 - Go on, then, quick. - Body found on Dorset beach. 373 00:31:43,840 --> 00:31:46,079 Young boy, possible suspicious death. 374 00:31:46,080 --> 00:31:48,361 OK. Have you got a link you can send me? 375 00:31:48,362 --> 00:31:49,680 Already did. 376 00:31:49,681 --> 00:31:51,680 You already did. 377 00:31:51,681 --> 00:31:53,681 Thanks. 378 00:31:53,801 --> 00:31:57,039 This is how grateful I am. I'm going to give you the last of my muffin. 379 00:31:57,040 --> 00:31:59,361 - So how's it going? - Great. Two minutes. 380 00:32:23,481 --> 00:32:26,839 I'm going to take Danny's computer away for examination. 381 00:32:26,840 --> 00:32:29,759 - Will they get it back? - Sure, as soon as we've finished with it. 382 00:32:29,760 --> 00:32:31,799 - It's got his stuff on it. - We'll be careful. 383 00:32:31,800 --> 00:32:33,239 Why have you released his name? 384 00:32:33,240 --> 00:32:34,999 - Did you agree to that? - What? 385 00:32:35,000 --> 00:32:38,239 It's on Twitter. From the Broadchurch Echo. Daniel Latimer. 386 00:32:38,240 --> 00:32:40,879 - Why have they done that? - Talk to the officer in charge. 387 00:32:40,880 --> 00:32:42,879 Nobody told us this was going to happen. 388 00:32:42,880 --> 00:32:44,881 Aren't they supposed to consult? 389 00:32:45,041 --> 00:32:47,041 How do you know anyway? 390 00:32:47,721 --> 00:32:51,119 I've got a Google alert on "Broadchurch" and "death". 391 00:32:51,120 --> 00:32:54,479 - Oh, for goodness' sake, Chloe! - Well, it's a good job I have 392 00:32:54,480 --> 00:32:57,521 - otherwise we wouldn't have known. - Known what? 393 00:33:00,001 --> 00:33:02,001 For God's sake! 394 00:33:03,041 --> 00:33:05,160 Bloody Twitter! 395 00:33:05,161 --> 00:33:07,759 These people's lives have been destroyed 396 00:33:07,760 --> 00:33:10,201 and now our incompetence has made it worse. 397 00:33:11,321 --> 00:33:14,161 Think what we have to do now to rebuild trust there. 398 00:33:15,801 --> 00:33:17,801 Who told the journalist? 399 00:33:23,281 --> 00:33:25,281 I think it might have been me. 400 00:33:29,081 --> 00:33:30,200 Your nephew? 401 00:33:30,201 --> 00:33:32,039 He saw Danny's sister at the beach. 402 00:33:32,040 --> 00:33:36,439 I didn't tell him anything. I told him not to publish. He's a little shit. 403 00:33:36,440 --> 00:33:39,401 I'll read the riot act and I'll explain to the family. 404 00:33:41,201 --> 00:33:43,201 Go away. 405 00:33:45,641 --> 00:33:47,641 Shit, shit, shit, shit! Shit! 406 00:33:48,481 --> 00:33:50,481 - Hi, Nick. - Ma'am. 407 00:34:02,224 --> 00:34:06,283 This is a short statement to confirm that this morning 408 00:34:06,322 --> 00:34:10,602 the body of an 11-year-old child was found on Harbour Cliff Beach 409 00:34:10,603 --> 00:34:12,921 at Broadchurch. 410 00:34:12,922 --> 00:34:16,761 The body was subsequently identified as Daniel Latimer, 411 00:34:16,762 --> 00:34:18,801 who lived in the town. 412 00:34:18,802 --> 00:34:20,800 We are treating his death as suspicious. 413 00:34:20,801 --> 00:34:25,360 Our investigations are continuing and there'll be a full briefing later this evening. 414 00:34:25,361 --> 00:34:30,042 We ask the media respect the family's privacy at this time. Thank you. 415 00:34:30,043 --> 00:34:31,401 Can you believe it? 416 00:34:31,402 --> 00:34:33,600 He got another job even after Sandbrook. 417 00:34:33,601 --> 00:34:36,360 Boss... Suspicious death. Kid on Dorset beach. 418 00:34:36,361 --> 00:34:39,640 - Gender? Age? - Boy. 11. I want to go down. There could be... 419 00:34:39,641 --> 00:34:42,560 Not for that. It's the wrong profile. It'll cost too much. 420 00:34:42,561 --> 00:34:44,440 Let an agency do it. You can jazz it up. 421 00:34:44,441 --> 00:34:48,162 Oh, come on, all I'm doing these days is polishing press releases. 422 00:34:48,522 --> 00:34:50,202 Pretty please. 423 00:34:56,922 --> 00:34:58,561 - Hello. - Hi. 424 00:34:58,562 --> 00:35:00,322 - Long day? - Yeah. 425 00:35:03,842 --> 00:35:05,881 It's really tragic. 426 00:35:05,882 --> 00:35:10,442 Can't bear to think what the family must be going through. We're all in shock. 427 00:35:15,562 --> 00:35:18,962 Actually, do you think the beach will be open tomorrow? I... 428 00:35:19,762 --> 00:35:22,560 - Only so I know what to tell the guests. - I don't know. 429 00:35:22,561 --> 00:35:26,882 I've had an early check-out and a cancellation just tonight. So... 430 00:35:29,842 --> 00:35:31,761 I'm going up. 431 00:35:31,762 --> 00:35:34,962 Oh, sorry, there's two people waiting for you in the bar. 432 00:35:44,322 --> 00:35:46,361 Well, go on. 433 00:35:46,362 --> 00:35:49,762 I was wrong to post that news. I'm sorry. 434 00:35:51,442 --> 00:35:54,842 I should hang him by the bollocks from the town hall spire. 435 00:35:55,442 --> 00:35:58,082 All reporting on this will come through me now. 436 00:35:58,083 --> 00:36:00,402 The Echo works with the police. 437 00:36:01,642 --> 00:36:04,482 I'll... I'll speak to the Latimer family. 438 00:36:04,483 --> 00:36:06,842 Give them our apologies. 439 00:36:08,442 --> 00:36:10,442 Stay out of my way. 440 00:36:27,962 --> 00:36:29,962 Thanks for bringing me. 441 00:36:31,722 --> 00:36:34,002 I used to come down here when he was a baby. 442 00:36:36,282 --> 00:36:38,162 Middle of the day, just me and him. 443 00:36:40,522 --> 00:36:42,762 I'd pick him up and dip him in the waves. 444 00:36:43,962 --> 00:36:45,962 His little fat legs would be all wet. 445 00:36:47,362 --> 00:36:49,442 God, he loved it. He laughed like mad. 446 00:36:50,762 --> 00:36:52,762 I used to do the same with Tom. 447 00:36:53,002 --> 00:36:55,002 Does he know? 448 00:36:57,762 --> 00:36:59,801 Promise me, Ellie, because... 449 00:36:59,802 --> 00:37:03,242 I don't know your boss from Adam and me and you go back... 450 00:37:03,962 --> 00:37:05,962 The boys go back. 451 00:37:06,402 --> 00:37:08,522 I'm counting on you to get them caught. 452 00:37:08,922 --> 00:37:10,602 I swear. 453 00:37:13,122 --> 00:37:15,122 He did know, didn't he? 454 00:37:16,442 --> 00:37:18,442 That I loved him. 455 00:37:18,962 --> 00:37:20,561 Of course he did. 456 00:37:20,562 --> 00:37:23,242 He was a beautiful boy, Beth. You don't deserve this. 457 00:37:23,243 --> 00:37:25,962 I just... I just feel... like... 458 00:37:26,962 --> 00:37:29,002 very far away from myself. 459 00:37:38,122 --> 00:37:40,161 Here's Mummy! 460 00:37:40,162 --> 00:37:42,882 Look at you still up. 461 00:37:43,162 --> 00:37:45,201 And eating yoghurt. 462 00:37:45,202 --> 00:37:47,522 You love yoghurt, especially wearing it. 463 00:37:47,523 --> 00:37:51,761 I'm only here for a shower. I've got to get back. 464 00:37:51,762 --> 00:37:53,241 Are things bad? 465 00:37:53,242 --> 00:37:55,242 Need a hug? 466 00:37:59,642 --> 00:38:01,682 How was your day? 467 00:38:02,602 --> 00:38:04,201 Or shouldn't I ask? 468 00:38:04,202 --> 00:38:08,040 Second go at tea. First one was a bit of an apocalypse, wasn't it? 469 00:38:08,041 --> 00:38:10,082 - Thank you, Mummy. - And I'm still smiling. 470 00:38:10,962 --> 00:38:12,402 Oh, no, Mummy. Thank you. 471 00:38:12,403 --> 00:38:15,042 - Where's Tom? - In bed. 472 00:38:16,162 --> 00:38:17,601 - Does he know? - No. 473 00:38:17,602 --> 00:38:19,802 I got the text, kept him away from it all. 474 00:38:20,922 --> 00:38:22,962 I can't... 475 00:38:23,482 --> 00:38:26,762 Do you know what happened? Should we be worried, for other kids? 476 00:38:26,763 --> 00:38:27,961 Don't know yet. 477 00:38:27,962 --> 00:38:30,002 I'll go up and tell him in a minute. 478 00:38:31,802 --> 00:38:33,802 How's the new boss? 479 00:38:35,482 --> 00:38:37,522 Come here. 480 00:38:41,522 --> 00:38:43,522 It's all right. 481 00:38:44,642 --> 00:38:46,121 It's not all right. 482 00:38:46,122 --> 00:38:48,122 Come here. 483 00:38:49,962 --> 00:38:52,882 I saw him lying there. I don't think I can do this. 484 00:38:57,122 --> 00:38:58,322 You can. 485 00:39:06,242 --> 00:39:08,602 I keep thinking he's going to walk back in. 486 00:39:10,882 --> 00:39:13,242 Every time my phone goes, I think it's Danny. 487 00:39:15,802 --> 00:39:18,162 Why didn't you look in on him last night? 488 00:39:18,402 --> 00:39:19,521 Beth... 489 00:39:19,522 --> 00:39:23,242 You always look in on him when you come to bed. Why didn't you see he was gone? 490 00:39:26,882 --> 00:39:28,882 Why didn't you? 491 00:39:31,562 --> 00:39:33,762 Where were you last night? 492 00:39:37,962 --> 00:39:40,002 I told you. I was on a job. 493 00:39:55,482 --> 00:39:57,642 You know Danny wasn't at school today? 494 00:39:58,802 --> 00:40:00,802 Yeah. 495 00:40:03,762 --> 00:40:05,802 Tom, sweetheart... 496 00:40:10,042 --> 00:40:12,121 Danny died. 497 00:40:12,122 --> 00:40:14,122 I'm so sorry. 498 00:40:16,682 --> 00:40:18,521 How? 499 00:40:18,522 --> 00:40:20,522 I don't know yet. 500 00:40:21,242 --> 00:40:23,762 He was found on the beach early this morning. 501 00:40:27,482 --> 00:40:29,162 Does his mum and dad know? 502 00:40:29,163 --> 00:40:31,162 Yeah. 503 00:40:32,282 --> 00:40:34,322 So, look, when... 504 00:40:34,642 --> 00:40:36,682 When someone dies unexpectedly... 505 00:40:37,962 --> 00:40:40,002 it leaves a big hole. 506 00:40:41,402 --> 00:40:44,362 And it's all right to be sad or to have a cry, OK? 507 00:40:46,442 --> 00:40:48,082 OK. 508 00:40:48,402 --> 00:40:50,122 Will you...? I mean... 509 00:40:50,762 --> 00:40:53,882 Will the police want to ask me questions? 510 00:40:54,242 --> 00:40:56,242 Yeah. 511 00:40:57,762 --> 00:40:59,882 Is there anything you want to tell me now? 512 00:41:00,802 --> 00:41:02,802 Was Danny all right? 513 00:41:03,162 --> 00:41:04,961 Yeah. 514 00:41:04,962 --> 00:41:06,802 Of course. 515 00:41:09,042 --> 00:41:11,082 I think a hug's a good idea. 516 00:41:20,802 --> 00:41:22,682 You know I love you more than anything? 517 00:41:22,762 --> 00:41:24,000 More than chocolate? 518 00:41:24,001 --> 00:41:25,602 Even more than chocolate. 519 00:41:25,962 --> 00:41:28,002 I'll be just downstairs. 520 00:41:28,402 --> 00:41:30,722 And don't be embarrassed to have that cry. 521 00:42:34,682 --> 00:42:36,001 Hello? 522 00:42:36,002 --> 00:42:38,882 Hi, Olly. It's Karen White from the Daily Herald. 523 00:42:38,883 --> 00:42:40,561 Oh, um, hi. 524 00:42:40,562 --> 00:42:42,880 I saw you broke the story about Danny Latimer. 525 00:42:42,881 --> 00:42:45,082 I'm down here after a hotel recommendation. 526 00:42:45,602 --> 00:42:48,640 - Oh, right, OK. Where are you at the moment? - The beach. 527 00:42:48,641 --> 00:42:50,760 I see people have started leaving flowers. 528 00:42:50,761 --> 00:42:54,160 Danny's sister left one of his toys down there. It must have started it. 529 00:42:54,161 --> 00:42:57,482 Um, OK, so your best option is the Traders Hotel. 530 00:42:58,202 --> 00:43:01,120 It's opposite our offices on the high street. 531 00:43:01,121 --> 00:43:04,002 Becca runs it. Tell her you know us, she'll give you a good rate. 532 00:43:04,003 --> 00:43:05,641 Great. Thanks. 533 00:43:05,642 --> 00:43:08,122 - I'll maybe see you around. - Yeah, I hope so, yeah. 534 00:43:08,123 --> 00:43:09,602 I mean, that would... 535 00:43:12,162 --> 00:43:15,842 - Who are you putting up at the Traders? - No-one. A girl, woman. 536 00:43:15,843 --> 00:43:17,521 Oh, a woman? 537 00:43:17,522 --> 00:43:20,322 I'm off to the media briefing at the school. Good luck. 538 00:43:20,323 --> 00:43:22,002 - Not that you... - I know. 539 00:43:40,882 --> 00:43:42,481 Different suit? 540 00:43:42,482 --> 00:43:44,482 Press conference in 10 minutes. 541 00:43:45,402 --> 00:43:48,522 Look at this. CCTV from town centre last night. 542 00:43:52,602 --> 00:43:54,041 Is that Danny? 543 00:43:54,042 --> 00:43:57,842 It matches his clothes, height. It looks like his skateboard. He wasn't abducted. 544 00:43:57,843 --> 00:43:59,881 He snuck out. 545 00:43:59,882 --> 00:44:02,762 Why? Where was he going? Who was he meeting? 546 00:44:02,763 --> 00:44:05,521 - And where's his skateboard? - Yeah. 547 00:44:05,522 --> 00:44:10,122 I was checking through the list of belongings recovered from Danny's body and at home 548 00:44:10,123 --> 00:44:12,242 and there's no mobile phone. 549 00:44:12,402 --> 00:44:16,282 He definitely had one. He and Tom, my son, had the same model, virtually identical. 550 00:44:16,283 --> 00:44:18,322 - It isn't there? - No. 551 00:44:18,762 --> 00:44:20,481 Check with the family. 552 00:44:20,482 --> 00:44:22,122 Good. 553 00:44:24,042 --> 00:44:28,242 I'm going to hand over now to our senior investigating officer DI Alec Hardy. 554 00:44:31,762 --> 00:44:36,002 What advice do you have for people in the town, particularly parents? 555 00:44:37,482 --> 00:44:41,522 The crime rate in this area is one of the lowest in the country. 556 00:44:42,762 --> 00:44:44,762 This is a terrible anomaly. 557 00:44:46,762 --> 00:44:53,122 We are in the early moments of what might be a complex investigation. 558 00:44:57,202 --> 00:45:01,522 Danny's life touched many people and we'll be looking at all those connections. 559 00:45:03,842 --> 00:45:06,522 If you or someone you know has any information, 560 00:45:07,762 --> 00:45:09,602 has noticed anything unusual, 561 00:45:09,603 --> 00:45:11,642 please come forward now. 562 00:45:12,202 --> 00:45:14,522 Um, I'd urge everyone, don't hide anything... 563 00:45:16,482 --> 00:45:17,882 because we will find out. 564 00:45:18,042 --> 00:45:23,001 If a member of your family or a friend or a neighbour 565 00:45:23,002 --> 00:45:26,120 has been behaving differently in the past days or weeks, 566 00:45:26,121 --> 00:45:28,480 please tell the police immediately. 567 00:45:28,481 --> 00:45:31,722 There will be no hiding place for Danny's killer. 568 00:45:32,002 --> 00:45:34,042 We will catch whoever did this. 569 00:45:44,968 --> 00:46:19,040 Subtitles by MemoryOnSmells http://UKsubtitles.ru.