Hollyoaks fans now convinced Tony’s dad Edward shot Mercedes as revenge for hit and run lie

HOLLYOAKS fans have a new shocking theory about who shot Mercedes McQueen – Tony’s dad Edward.

They think the village newcomer has taken revenge on her for framing his grandson, Harry, for the hit and run that left Grace in a wheelchair.

Taking to Twitter to share their theories, one fan said: “I believe it’s Tony’s dad too, he definitely did it.”

Another added: “Tony’s Dad he’s a bloke with a mission in mind!” while another said: “Tony's dad – we've seen what he is capable of and he has motive as Harry was his grandson”.

One viewer said: “I reckon Tony's dad shot Mercedes” while another was so convinced, she was willing to bet cash on it, saying: “Just watching last nights @Hollyoaks I'm putting my money on Tony's dad killing Mercedes!!”

One fan had a huge prediction, saying: “Calling it now @Hollyoaks – the #WhoShotMercedes mystery will end, revealing Edward as her shooter. Think about it? He's been tipped a new baddie, has a loyalty to his grandson & this will bring him front & centre to the show in time for Tony's return & the 25th Anniversary plot.”

Mercedes is in hospital after being shot
Fans think that it's revenge for Mercy framing Tony's son Harry – right – for a hit and run

“I think it was Tony’s dad!! He’s going to be the next psycho villain,” said another.

Edward turned up in the village a few weeks ago – just as Tony was stabbed and kidnapped by serial killer Breda McQueen.

He’s been getting close to Tony’s wife Diane – one of the soap’s official shooting suspects – who thinks Tony’s run off after his son Harry’s death.

Mercedes was left bleeding on the floor of The Loft after a mystery suspect shot her and left her for dead earlier this week.

The official seven suspects are James Nightingale, Breda McQueen, Sylver McQueen, Liam Donovan, Joel Dexter and Diane Hutchinson – but since the storyline started, fans are also convinced Liam’s brother Jesse and returning Warren Fox could be in the frame.

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