Coronation Street spoilers: Stephen Reid gets away with murder as he gets rid of Leo Thompkins’ belongings?

Stephen Reid (Todd Boyce) covers his tracks in Royal celebration Road after grievously killing Leo Thompkins (Joe Ice), discarding his casualty’s possessions.

Leo, as watchers know, was killed in stunning scenes recently, after he became dubious of Stephen’s actual inspirations for getting back to Weatherfield.

Stephen, realizing without a doubt Leo was on to him, stood up to his foe on the platform on the production line, and a fight followed, which brought about Leo meeting his creator after Stephen drove him past the brink.

The fallout of the squabble demonstrated similarly as awful, as Stephen made a special effort to conceal his wrongdoing, something which he keeps on doing before very long.

Leo’s unexpected vanishing brings up issues on the cobbles, especially with Jenny Connor (Sally Ann Matthews), who battles to accept that her cherished lover would’ve increased sticks and left without telling her first.

‘It seems like he could have done a sprinter, entertainer Sally Ann Matthews told Metro.co.uk. ‘She can’t track down him the following day, so she’s going around all over the place.

‘Be that as it may, unbeknown to Jenny, Leo had directed a couple of sentiments toward Daisy which makes Daisy think, “Would he say he is reconsidering? Has he truly pardoned her [for kissing Stephen]?”

‘The day ticks on and Jenny can’t find him, nobody’s heard from him. He’s not noting his telephone. Daisy says that he was reconsidering. So we rush back to the Meanderers and his bag is no more.

‘What’s more, his identification has gone.’

Stephen will apparently have something to do with Leo’s evaporating possessions, as he thusly finds a way extraordinary ways to cover his tracks, disposing of his casualty’s things in a bid to make the main story – about Leo flying off to Canada – even more conceivable.

Todd Boyce, who plays plotting Stephen, was envisioned shooting the scenes being referred to on the spot for the ITV cleanser, as the executioner discards Leo’s identification in a blasting fire in no place.

Stephen has apparently pulled off murder.

The inquiry is: will he at any point get found out? Or on the other hand, maybe more critically, will he kill in the future?

‘I believe he’s prepared to do simply killing more individuals going on,’ entertainer Todd Boyce told us. ‘It’s like betting, the further he’s in, the further he’ll go.

‘An entertainer whose character had killed someone said, “when you do one, you sort of get a preference for it”‘, Todd kidded.

The reality of the situation will surface at some point.

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