EastEnders fans were left seething with rage this evening as Gray Atkins appeared to get away with his third murder tonight.
Last night, viewers were horrified after Gray pushed Kush in front of a tube train in a fit of jealous fury after discovering he was planning to run away with Whitney.
This evening, Gray was asking Callum Highway about whether there was any information about what had happened to Kush on that devastating night.
Believing that Gray was worried about Whitney, Callum looked into the incident at the station and later told Gray: "I asked about at work - they don't think that Kush jumped. Whitney said that they were heading to the airport, leaving for good. Did you know?"
Gray shook his head as Callum continued: "Off to start a new life together, apparently. I mean, she said that they were happy, excited."
Clearly worried he could be exposed as a murdering psychopath, Gray asked: "Do they know what happened?"
Frustratingly, Callum replied: "Not really, it was one of those last trains of the night, you know.
"It was quiet. she did tell the so that there was no one there before she left, so they scaled the whole area, looking for evidence, but there was nothing. CCTV was busted, vandalised or something.
"I did take a look at the press release and they called it an accident."
And fans were seething and took to Twitter to comment.
One tweeted: "#EastEnders cctv camera bust wtf."
While another commented: "CCTV WAS BUSTED?! Was I hearing right #eastenders."
A third raged: "CCTV is so high up the vandals would need a ladder #eastenders."
This comes just months after lawyer Gray murdered wife Chantelle after leaving her to die skewered on knives in an open dishwasher drawer.
Gray went on to murder Tina Carter in cold blood after she confronted him about killing his wife and threatened to expose what he had done.
Tina's family are currently hunting for her, believing that she ran away after being framed for attacking Ian Beale.
Will the Carters finally be able to bring down Gray?
*EastEnders airs Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays on BBC One