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The Chase star Jenny Ryan, 39, has been entertaining her 92,000 Twitter followers with her theories about season six of Line of Duty every week. Although the quizzer, who is also known as The Vixen, is a massive fan of the BBC drama, she was quick to brand its producers “cheeky” when she spotted a possible clue pointing towards series’ mysterious baddie, H.

It comes as fan theories about the criminal mastermind at the heart of Jed Mercurio’s hit drama are constantly being circulated online.

Although this series began by focusing on suspicious activity at The Hill and the behaviour of DCI Joanne Davidson, it is now being highlighted how the drama all links back to “H” – the person, or people, who operate on the dark side of the police force.

Jenny noticed some graffiti that featured the letter H in the background while Ted Hastings (played by Adrian Dunbar) and Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) were speaking during last night’s episode.

Screenshotting the scene to prove her point, Jenny told her fans: “Not that I’m going OTT with the #LineOfDuty analysis here but check out the graffiti between Hastings and Kate here.”

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Jenny then suggested: “I do think that the production team have had a bit of fun slipping in the letter H to the background during this series. 

“Cheeky buggers. #LineOfDuty.”

Fans took to the comments section of Jenny’s post to share their thoughts on her discovery.

One person wrote: “Good spot! Are they toying with us or are these real clues!”


Another added: “There was a h on the tiles at Steph Corbett’s house the other week too.”

A third fan exclaimed: “Blimey, you’re right!”

A fourth agreed: “Sneaky Buggers aren’t they Jenny #LineOfDuty.”

A fifth gushed: “You people are amazing! There’s no way I could spot these AND concentrate on what’s going on!”

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The concept of H first emerged in the dying breath of DS Matthew “Dot” Cottan (Craig Parkinson) in series three of Line of Duty.

He was able to communicate to Fleming the letter “H”, which was initially assumed to point towards one corrupt copper.

However, the police cam footage was later further examined to reveal that Cottan also tapped his finger four times in his final moments.

This moment suggested there could be a collective of four baddies, alongside spelling out the letter H in morse code.

The AC-12 team have already unmasked evil coppers in the form of ACC Derek Hilton (Paul Higgins) in series four, police lawyer Gill Biggeloe (Polly Walker) in series five, and Cottan himself unveiled as “The Caddy”.

As a result, there is potentially one more suspect for the team to find amid their own ranks.

Steph Corbett (Amy De Bhrún) recently sparked viewers’ suspicions due to a bizarre clue in her kitchen.

In a scene where Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) is seen talking to Steph in her kitchen, the letter ‘H’ can be seen in the background tiles on the wall.

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