Hidden/Craith (2018) s01e05 Episode Script

Episode 5

I love you.
The truck is registered to William Parry.
- Okay.
William Parry died in 1998.
No.
I just want to go home.
Dad? - I'll sort it.
It won't take long.
I didn't get there in time.
Go back to bed.
No.
- It's alright.
Go back to bed.
- Dad, just let me help.
For once in your life, just do what I tell you.
Sorry.
Go and take a shower.
Go on.
I'm sorry for shouting at you.
Come on.
In you get.
Yes, alright.
Okay.
Don't fuss.
I can do it.
NO LONGER AT THIS ADDRESS, ALYS.
It's Detective Inspector Cadi John from North Wales Police here.
I'm calling about a red Ford Ranger pickup.
You sold it in 2011.
Could you call me back? The number is 01248 Thanks.
You're in early.
Who needs sleep when we've got coffee? What have we got? - Just more CCTV.
It's the guy in the truck.
- Cadi.
You try to find a clear shot of his face.
Where are we with the CCTV video? We've run a check on the truck's number.
It's registered to a William John Parry.
William John Parry died 15 years ago in a motorbike accident.
Is our man in the truck connected to William Parry? We don't know yet.
Friends, neighbours, school mates? We're looking into it.
The truck.
Have we spoken to the former owner yet? We're waiting for him to come back to us.
Mali Pryce's pathology report.
She had an abortion.
Pathology indicates she was pregnant maybe three or four years ago.
The internal scarring suggest a late-term abortion.
I don't think we should share this with the family now.
Fine.
Where are we with Mark Lewis? We had to let him go.
He isn't the nicest guy in the world but we had no reason to hold him.
The PM results.
Jesus.
- Yes, I know.
How's the surgery coping without you? Are they alright with you taking time off work? Have they found someone to take your place? Did you tell them what happened? No.
I said I was ill.
Why don't you tell the truth? I don't want anyone to know.
You'll be away from your work for a while.
I'm going back tomorrow.
That's why I need the car.
Oh, I don't know, Low.
Do you think that's wise? Don't you need more time? Time to what? Time to sit at home and think about it? I don't want to do that.
I've got appointments to keep.
They'll be fine.
You need to put yourself first.
I've got things to do.
You look tired.
Did you sleep last night? - Of course.
Have you spoken to the police today? Why not? You need to chase them up.
If you haven't heard anything by the end of the day.
No, Mam.
- I can speak to them.
Let them do their job, Mam.
You're starting early.
- We're on house-to-house again.
Living the dream.
Ma'am.
- Come on.
It's nothing.
The truck's old owner called back.
- Great.
He bought the truck for his son in 2009.
His son moved away in 2011.
The truck sat outside the house for a few weeks before William Parry called and offered cash for it.
He took the truck straightaway.
- Do we have a description? Young, tall, in his late twenties.
Dark hair possibly.
- Anything else? He said the guy was working as a labourer in the area at the time.
Some garage went bust and a scrap reclamation company tore it down.
They took down the Nissen huts.
- Do you know which scrap company? We're looking into it now.
What do you want? - I'm worried about you.
You were late home last night.
You left early this morning.
I want to know you're okay.
Do I have to report to you every time I go out? Look, I don't have time for this.
Go home.
Everything's alright.
Dad.
- What? How can you say everything's fine? How is everything fine? Why won't you talk to me about Mali? All these years.
You didn't say anything.
You didn't even say her name.
You gave up and started again.
- You don't know what you're talking about.
I was a little girl when she left.
I'm not going to argue with you.
I hated Mali.
I thought she had just run away and left me with you and Mam.
Do you think I don't remember? The fighting, the arguing, the shouting, cops coming over all the time.
I heard you downstairs every night.
I thought, fuck, it's no wonder Mali ran away.
Who would want to live here? Do you know what? If it wasn't for you and the way you and Mam behaved, Mali would be alive.
Go home.
You never wash your bowl.
You leave everything to me.
Go get dressed.
Are you okay? Do you want to help? Go and fetch the oil then.
It will do the engine some good.
It's in a grey plastic bottle.
Stay here.
Don't come out until I say so.
Here you go, some wood for the winter as I promised.
Are you busy? How's your mother? Yes, she's fine.
Where's the truck? It isn't working.
The carburettor's gone.
Why don't you take it to the garage? I can't afford it.
I'm going to use the van, but the oil needs changing.
What happened to your hand? An accident at work.
I wasn't concentrating.
Are you still over at Carn Ddu? No, not any more.
They had to let people go.
Oh, hello.
No school today? Hold fire, it's a Saturday, I'm being stupid.
You've got the weekend to yourself.
Are you helping Dad? She's shy.
My daughter was the same at her age.
Right, that should keep you going for a while.
I've got some work to do at home.
Another pair of hands would be a big help.
I have the place to myself for a few days.
Sally's gone to see Lois.
As I said, they grow up so fast.
I promised I'd finish the job before Sally got back.
So, if you're free on Monday and you need some pocket money I'd appreciate the help.
Alright.
Monday morning it is.
- Okay.
Good, I'll see you then.
Enjoy your weekend.
Good luck with the van.
Give my regards to your mother.
Hello? - Hi, Beth.
Are you taking Dad for his blood tests today? I'm on my way there now.
Is everything alright? - Yes.
I was just checking.
I left early, so I forgot to remind him.
It'll be fine.
He'll be OK.
He'll complain the whole way there.
But I think he enjoys the attention he gets from the nurses.
He's doing better now, isn't he? Yes, he's okay.
Are you taking him back to your house afterwards? That's the plan.
Okay, I'll pick him up after work.
I'd better go.
Dad hates me being late.
Bye, Cer.
- Bye, Beth.
The scrap company, we've got an address for them.
Please leave your message after the tone.
Hi, Meg.
It's me.
Where are you? I'm worried.
Come on, I want to help.
The university have people you can talk to.
We can sort this all out.
Call me.
Mr Roberts? Right, what do you want? You did a spot of work back in 2011.
It's too late to complain.
You were collecting scrap some old Nissen huts from a garage in Llandinorwig.
I've a vague memory.
- Do you have a record of the workers? A job like that would be a month's work, five or six workers.
Do you remember any names? - Men come and go.
I lost all my records when the office flooded last year.
Not there, lads.
I told you to take it to the other side.
They're good workers but they have nothing between their ears.
Mr Roberts.
- Can't you see I've got enough on my plate? We're looking for a man who was working for you in April 2011.
He may call himself William Parry.
Is this about the girl in the river? Why do you ask? She went missing in 2011.
Or so they say.
- We can't discuss that.
Mr Roberts - Listen.
The last time you were here asking about a dead girl you almost destroyed my business.
Endaf.
He killed that little girl.
His sister's daughter.
It was in Penrhyn Woods.
- When was this? Endaf - Elwy.
Did he work for you then? - Yes.
But what he did was nothing to do with me.
Do you know this man? It could be anyone.
Mr Roberts, if you've got any information that could help us I know how it works.
I know what happened last time too.
You almost ruined me.
It won't happen again.
Excuse me, I've got work to do.
I'm sorry we bothered you.
If you remember anything Yes, it'll be in the post.
Does she remind you of anyone? There's always a bed for you here.
You know that, don't you? I thought Dad was keeping junk in my room.
He keeps promising to clear it.
You know what he's like.
He'd fill the house if I let him.
I'd better go.
Aren't you staying for supper? I want to go home.
It's that time of year again.
You know what they say.
Good fences make good neighbours.
If you need anything You only need to call.
Day or night.
It doesn't matter when.
Take care.
Mali Pryce disappeared from the Llanberis area on 14th April 2011.
We found her body three days ago on 17th October in Pantwern.
Llinos Evans? - She disappeared in March 2007.
She lived with her foster parents in Tregarth.
The bracelet Llinos Evans wore was the same as the one we saw on Mali Pryce.
Lowri Driscoll.
- On 18th October Lowri Driscoll was attacked as she left her parents' farm in Nantlle.
A man tried to kidnap her.
We've got CCTV from a petrol station near Deiniolen.
It shows Lowri coming across a stranger at 14:43 that afternoon.
We ran the truck's number and got the name.
- William John Parry.
But William Parry died in 1998 in a motorbike accident near Caeathro.
The red Ford Ranger truck was sold in April 2011 from an address in Llandinorwig.
Where we think our man worked as part of a team of temporary workers.
He was being employed by Roberts Reclamation.
Which is based in Caernarfon.
Anna Williams.
Anna was 17 when she went missing on 2nd November 2005.
Her body was found two days later in the Penrhyn forest near her home in Bwlchllan.
Three days after the body was found, the girl's uncle Endaf Elwy was accused of killing her.
He was found guilty and imprisoned for life.
Pantwern.
Tregarth.
Nantlle.
Penrhyn, Anna Williams, the only anomaly.
The man responsible was arrested in 2005.
Two years before Llinos Evans went missing.
And six years before Mali Pryce disappeared.
Same age, same build, same look.
She was killed less than three miles from where we found Mali Pryce.
Shit.
Are you going to let me in? Sit down.
I don't bite.
Can I have one? What do I get for it? Put a lager in me and you'll see.
Does your father know you're here? I don't have to report everything to him.
You're a big girl now.
What do you think? You look like a big girl to me.
There we are then.
Two adults having a drink on our own.
What are we going to do now? What do you want to do? What did you and Mali used to do when she came over? Me and your sister, we got up to all sorts.
Mali was no angel.
She could wind me up and get me hard at the same time.
Do you like to get men hard? Mals loved that.
She loved the way men looked at her.
She knew they wanted to fuck her.
Is that why you're here? Do you want to be like your big sister? You've grown up and you're ready to fuck older men for booze and fags.
Where are you going now, little girl? You've had lager from me and you promised to give something back.
You're not a cock-tease, are you? Have you ever been with a man? Do you know what a real man feels like? Mali couldn't get enough, I'm telling you.
The guy who locked her up would have got more than his share.
Who knows? Maybe there's more than one and they all had a go.
Do you really think I'm interested in a little bitch like you? You're not Mali and you'll never be like her.
Fuck off and don't come back.
Oi.
What the fuck is she doing here? - Don't fucking start.
Get inside.
All that fresh air.
It's not good for you.
What do they say? Endaf Elwy's case.
Evidence was presented to the CPS.
They went to trial and got a conviction.
They found blood in his house, truck and on his clothes.
He had previous.
He attacked another kid when he was 15 and almost killed him.
He spent two years in Juvenile Detention.
- I know.
He was the last to see Anna alive.
He confessed it in prison.
To a serial offender and drug addict.
We have to speak to him.
We have to speak to Endaf Elwy.
What about your father? He was the SIO on that case.
It's just that with everything that's going on What choice do we have? I'll talk to him.
He'll understand.
We have to go after this.
I'll speak to Lynn.
I'll ask her to let us interview Endaf.
Sorry, boss.
Can I have a word? Weakens all the coffee.
Right.
I think I've mentioned it but some of us are going out after work.
It's not a big night, just a few drinks.
The offer stands if you want to come.
- We'll see.
Well? She's taking it higher up.
We'll have to wait and see.
What did he want? - He was bringing us firewood.
It's for the winter.
- I know his type.
They come here with their money.
They look down their noses at us.
He saw Nia.
What if he starts asking people about her? Ask who? No-one knows anything about us.
I don't want to see him here again.
He's nosey.
Understand? He offered me work.
Over at his place.
- Doing what? Fencing.
It's more money.
Don't leave a mess behind you.
Clean up after yourself.
Please let me out.
Over here, the door is open.
Be quick.
Run.
Don't let Nain see those.
Are you going? - Yes, I have to.
I'm picking Dad up from Beth's house.
Are you staying? Perhaps.
- Okay, well Enjoy.
- I'm sure to.
Thanks.
Sorry to keep you.
No problem.
I've spoken to the Deputy.
We have his permission.
You can speak to Endaf Elwy.
Great.
When? - He expects you at midday tomorrow.
A trip to the prison then.
- Such a glamorous job.
Cadi.
It doesn't mean we'll reopen Anna Williams' case.
I know.
We're only looking into Endaf Elwy.
To question him, not prove his innocence.
I won't keep you.
Enjoy your evening.
Let me know how it goes.
Nenenenene.
- Oi.
Hello? Give it back to her, please.
Get upstairs, now.
Hello, little monkeys.
- Hi.
Hi.
Sorry I'm late.
It's fine.
- How did it go today? Fine, the same old moaning.
Have you eaten? - No, I'm fine.
I can't stay, I have to be up early.
The troops have finally arrived.
Save me.
The lung capacity on these kids, someone should do a study.
Come on, let's go home.
Come downstairs, girls.
Give Taid a kiss before he goes.
Come here.
Here we are.
Oh, Taid has to go now.
I'll see you before long, okay? It's me.
Hello, you.
Where are you? Still at work.
And you? Have you finished for today? - I'm just getting home.
Are you okay? - Yes.
How was your day? - Busy.
Sorting things out before maternity leave.
I met the guy covering for me today.
He's young.
I hope he's stupid or they won't have me back.
I doubt that somehow.
When will you be home? I'm not sure.
That's why I'm calling.
Something's come up.
I have to stay.
Okay, well, don't work too hard.
Don't wake me up if you get home very late.
I'll try not to.
Okay, then.
I'd better go.
So I can finish up here.
Okay, maybe I'll see you later.
Okay, bye.
When you were a little girl, I could tell if something bothered you.
I'm not aware of it.
I saw Elin at the hospital.
She came down to see me after the blood tests.
When I came out, she was there with Bethan.
They were chatting away.
They were either moaning about me, you or both of us.
I remember the night Elin was born.
It was the first time I held her.
She looked into my eyes.
It was like she said "right then".
"I'm here now.
" "I'm going to keep you in line.
" She's always been like that.
Trying to organize us all.
That might be why things went wrong between her and Rhydian.
Come on, Cad.
I'm not blind, I can see it isn't good between them.
Is it as bad as I suspect? You'll have to speak to Elin.
Family.
Can't live with them can't cut them up into pieces and bury them in the garden.
Why didn't you remarry? After Mam died.
I don't know.
Perhaps the main reason is that I had three stubborn, messy, noisy little girls at home who demanded my attention day and night.
What about you, Cad? What about me? Aren't you lonely? I'm alone, I'm not lonely.
I'll be alright, Dad.
I know.
But, do you know, Cad, sometimes, it's better to be more than alright.
I'll leave you to it.
Dad, I want to ask you something.
About what? What do you remember about the Anna Williams case? Anna Williams? She was killed in 2005.
How you doing man, alright? Lisa.
Boy.
Did you manage to get hold of anything? 'Course I did.
- Sweet.
How much? - 40.
You must be thirsty.
Why are you doing this to me? What do you want from me? Please let me go.
Please let me go.
You're very pretty.
Did you know that? Please let me go.
I won't say anything.
Don't leave.
Don't leave me here, please.
Stop, stop.
You can't leave me here.
What's wrong with you? You're sick in the head.
I hope you die.
Let me go.
I hope you die.
I hope you fucking die.
Please let me go.