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Line of Duty fans can snap up AC12 HAS number plate for £1,200


A LINE of Duty fan can snap up an arresting number plate — AC12 HAS.

Owner Kenny Connor wants £1,200 for the registration.

He says AC12 is a reference to the fictional AC-12 anti- corruption unit, while HAS is short for the surname of Adrian Dunbar’s character Supt Ted Hastings.

The novelty plate — being sold by Kenny Connor, of Ballycastle in Northern Ireland — is finished off with “Line of Duty’ is small letting underneath.

More than 16 million viewers have seen the hit BBC drama’s sixth series finale which finally unmasked the elusive H.

But writer Jed Mercurio’s ending was branded anti-climatic by some fans for revealing the corrupt officer to be bumbling Ian Buckells.

Line of Duty star Adrian Dunbar also hopes to make a packet out of his jacket by flogging the special item of clothing for charity.

He is selling his on-set jacket from the BBC drama with proceeds going to Anno’s Africa which funds children’s projects in Kenya and Malawi.

It is set to fetch more than £2,000 at auction on eBay.

The listing said: “Adrian Dunbar’s official series six AC12 cast puffer jacket - what more can we say?

“Made by Result Urban, size large.

"Adrian has kindly donated this item for auction.

“A certificate of authenticity will be provided to the winning bidder.”

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