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Coronation Street killer Stephen Reid dumps Teddy's body in river in shocking scenes | The Sun

SERIAL killer Stephen Reid strikes again as on location photos show him desperately get rid of Teddy Thompkins' body.

Next week on the ITV soap, the sketchy businessman (Todd Boyce) will take out his next victim.



Teddy arrived on the cobbles looking for his son Leo Thompkins – who Stephen accidentally murdered.

Stephen attempted to murder Teddy by turning off his life support in December.

Upcoming scenes see Stephen panic when Teddy suddenly remembers something about the accident that put him in hospital.

Teddy was hit by a van after getting closer to finding out the truth about Leo.

Teddy reveals that he remembers everything and accuses Stephen of having done something to with Leo's disappearance.

Teddy accuses Stephen of stopping him going to Canada because he killed Leo so he could have Jenny for himself.

This prompted Stephen to finish him off and hits Teddy over the head before hiding the body myself.

Stephen drags his own mother Audrey in his mess as it becomes clear he's killed again.

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After putting the corpse of his second victim in Audrey's car roof box, Stephen struggles to move it.

Kevin and Abi Webster, alongside Tim Metcalfe, then help him lift the box onto the roof of the car, unaware of its contents.

But matters only get worse for Stephen when he heads back out of the factory and realises, much to his horror, that Audrey's car is gone.

Sarah Platt later reveals that Audrey took the vehicle to visit her friend Bev in the Peak District, leaving Stephen mortified.

Will he get caught?

Coronation Street airs Monday, Wednesday and Friday on ITV.

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