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Emmerdale’s Cain Dingle and Moira accused of murder by heartbroken son Isaac

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In scenes that haven’t yet aired on the ITV soap opera Emmerdale, Cain Dingle and Moira Barton might be in big trouble.

Future scenes on Emmerdale will feature Moira Barton (played by Natalie J Robb) and Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) fretting over their son Isaac’s (Bobby Dunsmuir) growing attachment to Minty the lamb.

Mackenzie Boyd (played by Lawrence Robb) and Charity Dingle (played by Emma Atkins) yearn for closeness once more, but they find it difficult to be honest with one another.

But in the end, they let their guard down and begin having intimate moments in a barn, praying no one else will show up.

The two are soon shocked to learn that a newspaper photographer is searching for Minty.

Isaac believes Cain and Moira are responsible for Minty’s disappearance later on, but are they really innocent?

The newspaper photographer and the villagers soon begin searching for little Minty.

Had Cain and Moira, the farmers, taken Minty to the slaughterhouse without telling Isaac, would that have happened?

If Isaac discovers that the two are to blame for the defenseless animal’s demise, how will he respond?

Maybe he’ll realize that for Moira and Cain, who depend on their farm for their livelihood, this is just part of the job.

Since Isaac discovered the abandoned lamb, viewers have also grown attached to little Minty.

Matthew cried out, “Awwww, minty the lamb.” Permit him to keep him! To take the focus off of everything gloomy, #emmerdale needs more adorable attention. (sic)

Then Laura said, “Awww Cain, Moira, Isaac, and Minty are too precious Cain being a soft touch, I love to see it,” as if she didn’t think Cain would hurt Minty.

A different person commented, “Minty the lamb is back for more Oscar acting.” “Minty is already the best newcomer in #Emmerdale,” someone else tweeted.

Is Minty going to make an appearance in future episodes, or won’t Isaac see him again?

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