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Emmerdale fans were left distracted as ITV played out dark scenes during the latest episode.
A mystery began during Tuesday (May 10) night's instalment as it ended with a hand reaching into Home Farm's gun cabinet to take the shotgun.
New flashforward scenes revealed more details of what happens to other characters in the near future including Noah Dingle (Jack Downham) screaming for help and Faith Dingle (Sally Dexter) banging on the door of a prison cell.
It also showed a bloodied hand in a battered car as well as a smoking gun, but there are no clues who it could be just yet.
Gabby Thomas (Rosie Bentham) remained terrified at the fact the father of her baby son, Jamie Tate, could be back in the village.
She ran back to Home Farm after spotting a torch and a suspicious figure nearby.
Locking the door and putting a chair against it for extra safety, Gabby's panic was at an all-time high as she desperately tried to secure the rest of the house.
Knowing that baby Thomas was with her step-mum Laurel Thomas (Charlotte Bellamy), Gabby called her under the pretence of checking something trivial, but her phone battery died.
Gabby then spotted a package, and opened it to find a baby-grow saying 'Daddy's Little Star' on it.
Knowing it had to be from Jamie, Gabby was even more worried.
When Laurel called her back, she could tell that Gabby was unsettled, but Gabby avoided explaining exactly why she was feeling this way.
Her chat with Laurel did at least boost her spirits a little, as she walked around the house calling out to Jamie, warning that if he was there, she wasn't scared any more.
She said he had always been "a total wet blanket" and that she much preferred him dead. But as she said the words, her fear was soon increasing
Suddenly, as Emmerdale came to a close, viewers saw someone smashing the glass of the cabinet where Kim Tate (Claire King) keeps her shotgun, and a hand reached in to take the weapon.
As fans tuned in, they couldn't help by point out major blunder.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Who keeps guns in a glass cupboard you normally have them in a strong cupboard with locks on it."
Another added: "So they just keep guns in a cabinet not locked away."
A third person said: "Well that was a secure gun cabinet."
While a fourth viewer said: "Erm, just to point out that by law (Firearms Act) guns shouldn't be kept in a glass cabinet. They should be kept in a secure, solid locked cupboard."
But who is now armed? Has Jamie returned to dispose of Gabby, as she suspects? Or is he actually back to get rid of mum Kim so he can claim Home Farm?
Perhaps the person who took the gun isn't Jamie at all, but another intruder that has been putting Gabby through such terror or might Gabby be readying herself with backup for protection?
Emmerdale airs on weekdays at 7:30pm on ITV
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