Line of Duty fans are convinced DC Chloe Bishop is the bent copper behind ‘H’

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Line of Duty fans are currently trying to work out who mystery villain ‘H’ is, as the hit series nears to an end.

Suspicion has been rife, with some believing DCS Patricia Carmichael, played by Anna Maxwell Martin, to be the guilty party, while others are confined Ted Hastings, played by Adrian Dunbar, is ‘H.’

However, it’s DC Chloe Bishop who is played by Shalom Brune-Franklin, who has now got the attention of fans, and viewers are convinced she’s up to no good.

According to fan theory, Chloe exchanged a knowing look with Patricia Carmichael, which suggested they could well be working together.

Chloe was asked to update the Operation Lighthouse evidence into the death of Gail Vella, and she could be seen removing a photo of Chief Constable Philip Osborne from the board.

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Patricia was staring at her through the window as Chloe removed the photo, and they then exchanged a glance and Patricia nodded at her.

As a result, fans are convinced Chloe could be corrupt and, taking to Twitter, one person wrote: “I’m saying now, Chloe isn’t innocent. She’s going to be involved in something big and she’s a bent copper. #LineofDuty”.

“Chloe shredding pictures with carmichaels approval, shutting Ted down #bent #LineofDuty,” [sic] said another.

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A third added: “That look between Patricia and Chloe, just professional, or a we’re both bent coppers look? #LineofDuty.”

"Chloe was first to tell Steve about Spain, she’s always there on the delivery of VITAL info!!! She’s the BENT ONE,” another said.

But fear not, as all is set to be revealed in the upcoming finale of the show which airs on Sunday 2 May.

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As the final episode of the series nears the BBC have shared a trailer of the dramatic finale of the popular police series.

The clips sees a montage showing the van crash which saw the death of an AC-12 armed officer and newspaper clippings of murdered journalist Gail Vella as Superintendent Hastings says: “All of these suspicious deaths were orchestrated by one officer in particular.”

The clip then cuts to a scene showing Jo Davidson, who left fans are convinced they know the identity of her "bent copper" dad, in handcuffs and a prison jumpsuit, hinting that she is under suspicion as the mysterious ‘H’.

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Ted then continues: “H. The fourth man.” The video then cuts to other potential suspects including DCS Patricia Carmichael, Chief Constable Philip Osborne and DCI Marcus Thurwell, who fans are convinced are still alive and he faked his own death and even shows Kate Flemming.

The words: “Every investigation has led to this… H.” While more dramatic clips shows DI Arnott and AC-12 officers dressed in armed gear while close ups show large guns are drawn.

Moments later, it appears Steve and AC-12 will once again come face to face with the OCG as there is an armed showdown after a group of masked men jump out of black Range Rovers, which have been the OCG’s choice of transport throughout the series.

Steve then shouts: “Down! Down” before Kate, who at the start of this series left AC-12 to work on the murder squad at Hillside Lane Station, appears from outside a van with a gun and in a stab-proof vest.

Line of Duty continues on BBC One at 9pm on Sunday 2 May.

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