In upcoming scenes on Coronation Street, Imran (played by Charlie De Melo) will continue to try and work out who is responsible for the Underworld factory roof collapse.
He will confront health and safety officer Wayne Hayes (Adam Barlow) about what he has discovered about the incident so far.
But Wayne isn’t too keen on sharing his findings after Carla Connor (Alison King) did a runner last week after she said she was to blame.
However, as Wayne dodges Imran’s probing, the lawyer spots his report on the table.
Imran tries to sneak a look at the report but Wayne catches him and quickly shuts it to hide his findings.
Later, Wayne finds his car has been broken into and the report into the factory roof collapse has been stolen.
He instantly blames Imran as he had previously tried to see what information it contained.
Wayne calls the police and insists Imran is the guilty party. While Imran claims he is innocent, the police don’t listen and he is hauled off to the station to be questioned.
Has Imran’s mission to find out who caused his sister’s death gone too far?
In a worrying twist, could Imran face further investigation if police believe he wanted to get his hands on the report to cover something up?
The latest development is just another devastating twist for Imran who feels like he is losing everything he loves.
But he is not the only Weatherfield resident struggling in the aftermath of the factory tragedy.
Gary Windass (Mikey North) has found himself in a lot of trouble as he’s fallen in with loan shark Rick Neelan (Greg Wood).
The builder has been struggling with money and has ended up being forced to help Rick con residents of Weatherfield out of their hard earned cash.
Gary feels utterly helpless as he realises he may never escape Rick’s clutches but now actor Mikey has hinted he could be killed.
Speaking to The Sun, Mikey teased: “I’ve always said, the amount of Platt’s boyfriends and husbands that have died, it’s probably got to be me next, but I’ve had a good run!”
He went on to note he thinks Rick is a “likeable scary bad guy” unlike former enemy Pat Phelan (Connor McIntyre).
“I think there’s more to like about Rick, but I wouldn’t mess with him,” Mikey added.
Could Rick go after Sarah or her young son Harry in a shocking revenge twist?
Coronation Street continues Monday on ITV at 7.30pm and 8.30pm.