Shetland (2013–…): Season 5, Episode 5 - Episode #5.5 - full transcript

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Whoever murdered Daniel Ugara
and the Hayes

is involved in people
trafficking.

Their response
was to target you.

I reckon that we need to
look into this guy,

Graeme Benson.

You must be Cassie.

We've decided that
Calum Dunwoody's suicide

warrants further investigation.

I can't stop thinking about you.

- There are other people at risk.
- What, like that mad woman's daughter?

Olivia?
Yeah, you ought to rein her in.



Me and Zezi and Daniel
are blood,

which is why I'm not going anywhere
until I find her.

Niki?

She was getting threatening
phone calls from a woman.

It could be Andrea Doyle.

You're not my boss.

Really?

Jamie!

SHETLAND
Season 5 - Episode 5

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Andrea Doyle's been taken
to the interview room.

We've found a phone hidden
in her flat.

It's a burner. No way of seeing
the text messages or e-mails.

Only three messages received,



all from one encrypted number.

The tech boys are trying
to crack it.

If they do...

...we have a direct line
to the traffickers.

Question then is,
do we want to use it?

Pay the ransom?

This is just really risky, Tosh.

If we call them,
and then they panic,

then they could kill both the girls.

Billy, what's that face?
What? What?

Rosie from the caravans
has just called.

Says Jamie's been abducted
by Olivia Lennox.

Jesus.

Right, Billy.

Get Rosie in here.
I want to talk to her.

Get a description of the car
out on local radio,

and tell everybody to
keep their eye out for it.

Leave a message
and I'll get back to you.

Olivia, this is Jimmy Perez.

Bring Jamie Hayes to the station, now.

You are not helping your daughter.

What happened?

I didn't think she was that ill.

I didn't.

- I'd have done something...
- You knew.

- And you could have saved her...
- You, shut your mouth.

Need to get her out of here.

Leave her alone!
Don't you touch her.

Shut it!

You'll be next!

Hi, Rosie.

Do you have any idea where
Olivia might have taken him?

No, I have no idea.

Well, how did she seem to you?

I couldn't tell.

You don't think
she's going to hurt him, do you?

I mean,
she's got a screw loose.

And he can't defend himself,
not with his injuries.

No, don't worry, Rosie.
She just wants her daughter back.

But we'll find them,
soon enough.

OK, this is important.

If you lie to me now...

...everything changes.

You need to talk
to Aaron McGuire.

- I just do the inking...
- No, I don't believe you.

I can't tell you
what I don't know.

Then tell me what you do know.

And you can protect me if I do?

From who?

We're just the tip of the iceberg.

There's people out there
that I've never even met.

But they know me.

And they'll know
where to find me, if I talk.

I can't make you any promises.

The encrypted number on the phone
we found in your flat,

was that McGuire's?

Yeah.

Is Zezi Ugara still in Shetland?

As far as I know.

And the other girl? What's her name?

Niki.

Where are they?

McGuire'll have panicked
after I was picked up.

- I mean, they could be anywhere.
- No, last chance.

Where are they?

I don't know the address.
I could show you on a map.

What's McGuire planning
to do with Zezi now?

If the family don't pay, and
he can't get her off the island,

he'll kill her.

Right,
how long have we got?

Hours, rather than days.

Sandy, move around the front.

Right.

Tosh, check down here.

There's nobody down here.

You need to see something,
out the back.

That's Niki.

Bastards!

It's on the road
to Wester Skeld.

We need the owner's name.

It's registered to
Hunter Holiday Rentals.

Hunter, as in Duncan?

Aye, it's one of his. Are you
going to tell him, or will I?

No, it's fine, I'll do it.

Sir.

Duncan owns it.

You got a holiday
let at Wester Skeld?

I do, aye.

It's, erm, not the crown jewel
in my empire, to be honest.

Who's renting it?

Nobody.
It's been empty for ages.

It needs too much work done.

OK, who knew it was empty?

- Mary and Joanne, from the office.
- Anybody else?

No, why?
Is there a problem?

Cos we've found a body on the premises.

Young girl that used to work
at the Macbay Hotel.

When was the last time
you were over there?

I...

...I don't know.
A month ago?

- And there was nobody there?
- No, I told you.

Don't give me that look,
like you don't believe me!

Not again.

Has Graham Benson been
in contact with you?

- No.
- So, if I looked in your phone,

- I wouldn't find his number in it?
- I don't know.

I've got a lot of missed calls.

I owe money to half the island,

so I'm not answering
unless I know who it is.

You better not be getting into bed
with these people, Duncan.

I swear to God.

I want all the details
on that property.

And I mean everything, today.

There's coppers all over
the island, looking for us.

Roadblocks.

I just need to dump this van!

We found Niki at the house.

She's dead.

Is that it?

Nothing to say?

What is wrong with you?

There's a young woman just been murdered,

and they threw her body out the back,

like it was a bag of rubbish!

She was ill.

She was ill, how?

She'd had a miscarriage on the way here.

I don't think she'd recovered.
She was bleeding a lot.

Did you get her a doctor?

It was too dangerous.

You could have dropped her at hospital.

- You could have done something.
- I just did what I was told.

So did McGuire.

Any news on Olivia and Jamie?

We have a sighting of
a blue Suzuki, travelling north.

She could be heading to the North Isles?

No, Olivia doesn't know Shetland
well enough to do that.

There's no sign of her on
any of the inter-island ferries.

I'm guessing she parked up someplace.

Tosh, go and check the guest house.

For what?

For anything that points to
where she might have taken him.

How are you feeling about
this PIRC interview, Sandy?

Are you ready for that?

I'm ready to see my chances of
promotion go down the drain.

That's if I'm not charged
with negligence, first.

Right, well, try not to
let it distract you.

We've got four murder victims
and a missing girl on our hands.

Did she ask about the other islands?

How to get anywhere?

No, she's been
keeping herself to herself.

What's up with the loo?

It's blocked.
The sink, as well.

Got someone coming to have a look.

Miss Lennox has been using
the bathroom downstairs.

- Since when?
- A few days.

Looks like it could be the murder weapon.

It was blocking a drain
at the back of the guesthouse.

Has Cora checked this?

Yeah, it's been cleaned.
No prints.

But there are traces of blood.

She's checking to see if they're
a match for Prentice or Carla.

And there's something else.

After I found this,

the receptionist admitted
that she wasn't entirely honest,

when she gave Olivia an alibi.

I know.
She didn't want the owner to know

that she was in one of the spare
rooms with her boyfriend

most of the night.

She didn't see Olivia,

which means we don't know when
she got to the Hayes' place.

OK.

It looks as though...

Olivia Lennox's alibi

for the Hayes murders
isn't holding up.

So,
we now have to assume

that she may be planning
to harm Jamie Hayes.

We're going to need roadblocks
on every road north to south.

Tell Willie at Brae,

if he wants to use volunteers,
that's fine by me.

We'll take whoever wants to help.

This arrived.

It's Olivia's file

from the Wandsworth
Social Work Department.

When she was younger, she attacked
her stepbrother with a knife.

I was just wanting to pick
your brains about...

...working on the rigs.

Well, the money's good.

Why, do you fancy it?

Well, I just...

Think I need to get
away for a while.

You know they found
a body at one of my properties?

What?

- When did this happen?
- This morning.

That's horrendous.

It just... It feels like
everything's getting on top of me.

I just... I feel like
I need a break, you know.

Well, don't even think about
roughnecking, cos that is tough.

Especially at our age.

To be honest,
I'm thinking I might pack it in.

I'm not sure I should leave
Alice alone at the moment,

with the way things are.

No?

Was Alice round at Jimmy's place
when I was on Yell?

Well,
she dropped a book off, I think.

Any other time?

No,
not that I can remember.

Yeah, I mean, this...

It might just be a case of the
grass is always greener. But...

She talks about him a lot.

Well, they're old pals, you know.

I don't know what I'd do if she left me.

I really don't.

Come on, that's not going to happen!

Alice is just settling in,
you know.

I mean,
you're used to moving around.

It's different for her.

Aye, aye.

Maybe you're right.

Thanks for the drink.

- I better head. See you later.
- Aye.

Good luck.

Looks like I'll need it.

OK, listen.

Nobody,
least of all me,

thinks you were negligent
in Calum's death,

and when I speak to them,
I will back you all the way.

Thank you.

That means a lot.

Sorry. You need to hear something.

There was a guy down at the plant
threatening Mr. Laird.

It was getting pretty heated.

And it was odd, it felt like
I recognised him from somewhere,

but I can't remember where.

What'd he look like?

Quite tall.
Grey beard.

Sort of dark eyes.

Is that him?

Yeah.
Yeah, that's him.

Right.

Remember,
every nook and cranny.

Don't you think
this is a bit unnecessary?

You tell me why you've never
mentioned your connection

to Aaron McGuire and then
I'll decide for myself.

Because I don't know
anyone called McGuire.

Well, maybe you knew him
as Paul Kiernan?

Kiernan?

Sure. I used to drink with him
at the MacBay Hotel.

Just had word.
They've found bags of lye

in the garage back
at his place.

Is that significant?

Och, do you know what,
I don't have time for this.

Gavin Laird, I'm arresting you on
suspicion of having committed a crime.

I need you to come with me now.

What?

There's nothing out here.

Look,
we're going round in circles.

We've been driving for hours.

This road doesn't even
go anywhere!

What are you doing?

Stop!

You can't drive out here! Stop!

Please, stop!
What are you doing? Stop the car!

Stop! Stop! Stop!
Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop!

Stay there!

Tell me where my daughter is.

I told you, I don't know anything!

Now,
just so you know,

the fiscal's keen that
I charge you with murder,

- and I think she's got a point.
- Why?

- I didn't kill anyone.
- Industrial lye,

traces of which were found
on Daniel Ugara's body,

was found in your possession.

You were also seen talking
to Aaron McGuire,

a known people trafficker.

That lye was there when I bought the
place. It's been there for years.

And what about McGuire?
Why were you talking to him earlier?

If you're going to lie,
you need to think faster than that.

So, were you working for him?
Was he working for you?

Neither.

Look we've got the CCTV
from your plant,

and we have people
who can lip read,

so we'll know exactly
what you were saying.

He wanted to borrow
one of our vans.

I presumed so he could
get off the island undetected.

I told him I couldn't do that.

And why come to you for help?

We'd do each other the odd favour.

That's how it works here, you know that.

And you didn't think that was
important enough to call us?

I didn't want to get involved.

I've got enough on my plate.

Did McGuire kill Daniel Ugara?

Why would I know that?

The only thing I can tell you about
Mr. Ugara is he threatened me.

He said he would tell
the authorities I was using

trafficked workers unless I told him
what I knew about his sister.

- And what did you know?
- Nothing!

I don't use trafficked workers.

But...

...I knew if anyone searched
the plant,

they'd find the second pipeline.

Is that the one you didn't use?

Yeah, well, I lied about that, obviously.

Right, so why should we believe you now?

I just told him
to get on his bike.

That's all.

I didn't touch him.

Jamie's car's been
spotted heading

towards the cliffs
up by Eshaness.

You know what I don't understand?

Why aren't you looking for
the people that killed your family?

- Like I am?
- Because I don't know who killed them.

You're not even trying, though, are you?

Makes me think you know things.

Don't!
I don't!

You lie to me one more time,

I'm going to drive us
off the edge of this fucking cliff!

I don't know!
Please, please! I don't know.

For all I know, you...

...you might have killed her.

Me?

Why are you saying that?

Then tell me something different.

I can't.
I don't know anything.

You have ten seconds to tell me
where my daughter is,

or I'm driving us both over the edge!

I don't want to die.

I don't want to die.

Please...

I don't care.

I don't care any more!

Prentice saw people
being landed up near here.

He knew what McGuire was doing.

He saw them being
transported to the hotel.

He told McGuire
he wanted money to keep him...

- ...to keep him quiet.
- And Daniel?

I don't know.
Maybe he saw the same thing.

Maybe that's why he was killed.

I don't know.

Olivia, I don't, I don't.

You pull on the hand brake!

Pull on the hand brake
and turn the engine off now!

If I can't save my girl

I might as well be dead!

Look, we've got new information,
Olivia.

We're getting close.

We're getting close.

I will find your daughter.

I swear I'll find her.

I swear it.

I thought you were at the house?

No, I was meeting with Duncan today.

I did say.

Ah, that you did.

Sorry.

- I hate that.
- What?

When you just stand there and watch.

You could help me with this, please.

- Is it for real?
- Is what for real?

The way you feel about Perez?

You can take as long
as you want.

My feelings for Jimmy are
what they've always been.

I saw you together, in the bar.

He wanted my advice on his case.

Again?

Why are you helping him, really?

Because it's the right thing to do.

I want to be part
of this community.

- Isn't that the idea?
- Not if it ruins us.

Us?
Ruins us?

Are you serious?

You're never here, Chris.

I mean, even if what you think is true...

...who'd blame me?

You're either on the rigs
or at the house on Yell...

I am trying to build a future for us.

By accusing me of having an affair!

That's how you build our future?

You're just digging a hole
to bury our marriage in!

My people have been running
around all over the place,

looking for you, when they should
have been looking for your daughter.

Do you realise that?

I read your social work file.

When your mother died,

you went to live with
your stepfather and his son...

...and you attacked
your stepbrother with a knife.

- You want to talk to me about that?
- No.

There must have been a reason.

It was in the past, what has it
got to do with any of this?

Because the Hayes
were killed with a knife.

That's what it's got to do with this.

So that is my weapon
of choice now, is it?

You know, your file...

...is just a list

...of self-destructive behaviour.

You lash out...

...at anything and anyone...

...and the only thing
that's missing is...

Why?

Because I was angry.

Because no-one believed me.

They passed me between themselves.

And when I was 11 years old...

...and the social...

just saw me as someone
who got pregnant,

who got into trouble,
they didn't care why.

I'm sorry.

I can't imagine that's
something you ever get over.

Lucky you only have to imagine it, then.

So did you think
that the same thing

was going to happen
to Daniel and Zezi?

I saw it coming.

I didn't know what to do.

I haven't...

I haven't loved...

...anything...

...apart from those two.

So...

...is that why you let
the social workers take them away,

because you wanted to protect them?

They said I was violent.

They said there was a cycle of abuse

that needed to be broken.

I think they had a point.

I mean...

...the abused becomes the abuser, right?

No, that's, no,
that's not always the case.

Man, it doesn't matter about me.

I mean, it was just about
making them safe, so...

I gave them up...

...to keep them safe.

But they weren't safe.

I thought...

I thought saving Zezi would
make me stop hating myself.

It won't.

It won't.

I did stab my stepbrother,
yeah.

And I admit that.
I went at him.

I really did.

Because I was protecting my kids.

I didn't kill the Hayes.

You know, if they...

...harmed Daniel,
I am glad they are dead.

But I did not kill them.

I didn't.

OK.

- What are we charging her with?
- I'm not charging her.

She abducted Jamie.

I know.
I'm not charging her.

OK.

Alice.

Chris knows how I feel about you.

He's walked out.

Are you...?
Are you OK?

Well, to be honest, I'm relieved.

We should meet up later.

I'd like that.

OK.
I'll call you when I finish up.

Bye.

Bye.

Alice.

You're getting yourself into something?

- I... I don't want to talk about that.
- Maybe you should.

I don't want to be the guy
that breaks up a relationship.

Well, in my experience...

...if she feels the same way
about you,

it's already broken.

- I think that's pretty good.
- No, it's awful.

- Has it not got 20...?
- No, but, seriously, level 340?

What level are we on?

Like, 600 and something.

I don't believe you, let me see it.

Later,
I need to pack.

Pack?
Where are you going?

I'm not hanging around
here any longer.

You want to tell Jimmy, or will I?

You know what Jamie told Olivia
about the landings at Eswick?

I've checked those employment
files from Claire McGuire's agency

in Glasgow, and there's a pattern.

New arrivals at the same time
every month,

which means there must
be a regular landing

just before that, right?

- Which would be when?
- About now.

They might have closed the pipeline,
but if not,

we could be there waiting for them.

Right, let's get started, shall we?

What we're looking at this afternoon

is the events before and after
the death of Calum Dunwoody.

We've established that
you did a risk assessment.

Can I ask how Mr. Dunwoody appeared
before he was taken to the cell?

I'd say he seemed subdued.

Did he request to speak
to anyone?

His lawyer, for instance?

No.

His wife?

Did he say,
"Tell her I love her"?

As I recall, yes.

What did you think when he said that?

How do you mean?

Do people often ask you to
pass on messages like that?

Sometimes.

If they've been drinking,
or under stress.

Had Mr. Dunwoody been drinking?

No.

Here comes the cavalry.

No, I just...
I want to talk.

I need to get on with my life.

I've got classes.
There's stuff I need to do.

Right, you need to get back to
the station

and tell PC Kirk to get down here.

A few days isn't going to hurt you,
is it?

It's my decision, Dad, not yours.

OK, I'm on the ferry tomorrow.

Don't worry.

I'll get her some protection
till this is over.

What about the next time?

You ever think about
taking early retirement?

Dodge can always find another Sheriff.

I'll sing, "Do not forsake me.
Oh, my darling"

while you...

gallop off into the sunset
with Alice.

What's that supposed to mean?

Chris has been asking me
a lot of questions about you two.

I told him there was
nothing to worry about,

but it doesn't feel right lying to him.

And I am lying to him, amn't I?

I really hadn't expected to feel
this way about somebody ever again.

Taken me by surprise,
if I'm honest.

As far as Cassie goes,

I'm more than aware of how
my job has impacted on her life.

But you've got some brass neck
on you, Duncan,

seriously...

...after everything
you've put her through.

You've done more
than your fair share.

Can I speak to you for a minute?

Sorry, Chris.
I don't have the time.

I just need to know
what's going on with you and Alice.

Right, there's nothing's going on.

Would you like it to?

Hesitation.
Two points to me.

Look, I've answered your question.

The thing is,
I don't want to get in the way

if you two want to be together.

Nobody wants the sympathy vote, do they?

The techies have cracked
Andrea's phone.

Do we contact McGuire?

- I know you said it was risky...
- But that was before Niki.

Your call.

Are you sure about this?

Olivia makes the call
first thing tomorrow morning.

They set the time and the place

and then when McGuire pitches up,
we move in.

- What if he doesn't take the bait?
- I don't know.

I don't know cos I'm out, Rhona,
I'm all out of ideas,

so if you've got a better one...?

If Zezi knows who's behind this,

what they look like,

why would they release her?

I just think that if they...
if they'd planned to kill her,

I think that she'd be dead already.

I'm sorry I'm late.

You're fine.

Look at that view.

I could stand here all night.

I...
I can't stay long.

We're very close to finding Zezi,
I think.

- You know where she is?
- No, we're going to pay the ransom.

And if that works, and it's a big if,

then we should have her back
in safe hands by tomorrow.

God, Jimmy,
I hope you do.

How about you?

I'm OK, really.

I knew it was wrong
even before we got married.

I thought moving here
might make a difference.

But it was only when I saw
you again, I realised what would.

So waiting a little longer
won't hurt, then?

It will hurt.

As long as I know that you're there.

I'm not going anywhere.

- I have to go.
- Yes.

How did the interview go?

I don't know.

They don't have a case, Sandy,
they just don't.

I mean, what do they expect us
to be, mind readers?

You just can't win in this job.

Well, try not to worry.

And get some sleep.

We've got to keep this place
running tomorrow.

Hi.

Sorry I'm late.

That wasn't awkward at all.

No, it was seamless, wasn't it?

- I got you one in.
- Good man.

I wasn't sure I should.

Thought it might
look presumptuous,

like you were definitely coming.

Did you think I wasn't going to come?

Why?
Did you think about not coming?

Are you always this self-confident?

How's work?

Hellish.
I need this. And another.

Oh, you looking for a new job?

Aye. Yeah. Well, there's nothing
going in Shetland, though.

Might have to go back down south.

Well, I mean,
I could take whatever's going.

But I just don't know
why I would do that.

Course.

You're an IT guy.

IT guys have to do IT. It's in the blood.

Exactly. My father was in IT,
and his father before him,

and his father before him.

The shame it would bring
on the family name!

Look.

The Merrie Dancers.

Did you know that's what
they call the Northern Lights?

Aye, cos I'm from here, remember?

Look...

I'm sorry about what I said earlier.

I'm just, I'm...
I'm dead tired.

Well, if it's what you think,
you might as well say it.

OK.

I'm away back inside.
I'll see you in the morning.

Every chance you get, you put me down.

I mean,
you've been doing it for years.

And then you accuse me of a crime
that I would never have done.

You put a wedge
between me and Mary.

Between me and my son,
me and my daughter.

Och, away, you're pissed, Duncan,
away and get some sleep...

And now you're doing it again.

This time it's...

it's peo... it's people trafficking?!

Well, they did use your property
as a safe house.

I bet that made your day!

You know, your son doesn't want to know
you because you didn't want to know him.

And your wife can't take any more lies,

and sure, Cassie might be
being less than sympathetic,

but honestly,
what did you expect?

Everything would have been all right if
you hadn't dragged me through the shit.

This isn't about that.

This is about how you managed to destroy

every single good thing in your life.

There are people who would have
killed to have had what you had.

And I'm one of them.

But you pissed it away.
One lie after another.

Whenever you're ready.

Hello?
It's Zezi's mother.

I want to pay.

I have the money.
In... in cash.

Just let her go, please.

I said, I've got the money.

How did you get this number?

Daniel.
It was in his belongings.

I'll call you back in two minutes.

He says he'll call me back.

Checking with his boss, then?

Maybe.
Let's see.

This is a waste of time.

No, just...
Let's wait and see.

They don't have many choices.

Hello?

There's an empty byre near Toft.

Ten o'clock.

Bring the money. No-one else.

Your daughter'll be released.

I understand.

OK, heads up. A vehicle approaching.

Yeah, that's the van.

Wait.
It's pulled up.

Come on...

It's set up.

He's clocked us!
Move! Move!

No!

No!

Come on!

Come on, come on!

He's going to stop, right?

Jesus!

She's not in there.

Ambulance is on its way.

Somebody must have
tipped him off.

Help!
Help!

I need help here!

Help!

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