Hollyoaks' Warren Fox to investigate Mercedes McQueen's shooting

Daniel Kilkelly

From Digital Spy

Hollyoaks bad boy Warren Fox plays detective tonight (February 27) by going on a mission to find out who shot Mercedes McQueen.

Warren (Jamie Lomas) takes matters into his own hands in Thursday's E4 first look episode, keen to protect Mercedes as they continue their relationship.

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Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) is spooked after receiving one of James Nightingale's threatening notes, which insinuates that the culprits behind her ordeal were at Jesse Donovan's funeral.

Viewers know that James unwittingly sent notes to himself, Grace Black and Mercedes while struggling with the side-effects of sleeping medication.

Determined to solve this mystery once and for all, a spooked Mercedes comes up with a list of possible culprits and confides in Warren about her theories.

While there were no shortage of villagers who wanted to cause Mercedes harm last year, she's particularly suspicious over Grace.

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Mercedes soon decides to test her theory, sparking a chain of events which could have devastating consequences.

Meanwhile, as seen in Digital Spy's exclusive pictures, Warren continues his own snooping at The Loft.

Before long, Warren thinks that he knows who shot Mercedes – but is he on the right track?

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Hollyoaks airs these scenes tonight (February 27) at 7pm on E4 and tomorrow (February 28) at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

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