Police find shocking Joe Tate murder evidence that exposes Cain in Emmerdale

Police find shocking Joe Tate murder evidence that exposes Cain in Emmerdale

The police find some shocking evidence in the search for Joe Tate on Thursday night’s Emmerdale.

Cain Dingle is arrested again after some disturbing evidence comes to light in the village.

He wrongly believes the police are actually dropping the investigation over Joe Tate’s disappearance, so gets a big shock when they come knocking.

The police start searching Butlers for clues and come across something that leads them back to Cain.

Rattled Cain fears he will be exposed and refuses to accompany the police officers to the station.


His lack of compliance only arouses suspicion so they arrest Cain and drag him kicking and screaming to be questioned.

During the interrogation, DS Sanders reveals they have information that places him at Home Farm on the day that Joe went missing.

Nervous Cain struggles under the pressure and confesses that he did see Joe on the day of the masquerade ball.

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Cain is facing doing time for Joe’s murder – and only one person can back him up.

The only way he can get out of this mess is if Graham Foster confirms his story.

But Graham’s true involvement in Joe’s death shrouded in mystery.

Viewers saw that Joe was actually still alive when Graham dumped him in the boot of his car as his fingers twitched.

The police arrive to question Graham about his involvement.

What will Graham reveal to the police?

*Emmerdale airs weeknights on ITV at 7pm with an extra episode on Thursdays at 8pm

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