Though dismayed that the evidence against Gascoigne has been 'tampered with' Catherine is pleased that Richard is bonding with Ryan. She also learns that the house she investigated belongs to the estranged wife of Cowgill, whom she visits, though he feigns ignorance of any illegal activities. She also calls on Royce's mother Lynn who tells her that Royce is Ryan's father. Helen is curious as to why Kevin is always her husband's bagman and eventually tells Catherine that her daughter has been abducted, leading to a police enquiry. A frightened Kevin wants to name the kidnappers but is dissuaded by Jenny though he prepares to give names to Nevison. Catherine meanwhile stumbles upon Ann and is attacked by Royce as she tries to get her to safety.
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Catherine calls Yorkshire Police to report Ann's kidnapping and calls it a "tiger kidnap." This is incorrect, as Ann's abduction was a regular kidnapping for ransom. A tiger kidnap is when someone is abducted, but instead of asking for a ransom, the kidnappers instead demand someone commit a crime for them, such as robbing a bank or setting off a bomb. Tiger kidnaps are very common in Ireland and were used by the IRA, when they would kidnap someone to coerce their loved one to plant a car bomb. See more