Coronation Street set for double shooting horror as Scott goes on deadly rampage

Coronation Street fans are set for a seriously dramatic set of upcoming episodes as Scott (Tom Roberts) puts his plan to rob Ray Crosby (Mark Frost) into action.

The dodgy character is forcing Johnny Connor (Richard Hawley) to take part in the plan after he took the fall for a historic incident they both had involvement in.

But new Coronation Street spoilers reveal that Craig Tinker (Colson Smith) is caught in the crossfire, while Jenny (Sally Ann Matthews) is left fearing for her life.

Ray enlists the help of Faye Windass (Ellie Leach) to act as a hostess when he tells her he's entertaining some investors for the evening.

Craig lets her know that he'll park up outside and keep an eye on things given Ray's questionable reputation.

Scott talks Johnny through his plans for the robbery and reveals he's carrying a gun, leaving Johnny horrified and vowing not to take part.

But Scott tries to force Johnny into the car, who then suffers a severe MS attack and collapses.

He begs Scott to get his medication but the evil character smashes Johnny's phone and knocks him unconscious.

Soon, a masked Scott bursts into Ray's poker game waving his fun at Faye, ordering them to do as he says.

Johnny manages to make it to a phone box and reports the robbery to the police.

In the bar, still pointing the gun at Faye, Scott orders Ray and his pals to hand over their cash.

Craig hears the call and enters the bistro to help Faye, completely aware that he's going in without backup.

Scott grabs the cash and makes a run for the door but Craig hits him with a chair.

The gun goes off and Craig slumps to the floor while Scott makes a getaway – will Craig be alright?

Scott threatens Johnny and tells him he'll take him down for the armed robbery too if he gets done for it.

Johnny goes off and heads to a house that turns out to be the home of the mother of the victim of the historic robbery.

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The woman, Margaret, reveals that her son Grant survived the robbery, but it ruined his life and he died an alcoholic.

Johnny is devastated and eventually tells Jenny he has something to share with her.

He reveals the truth to his wife and Jenny is left appalled.

Johnny admits that Scott was behind the bistro robbery and that he'd tried to force Johnny to take part too.

Jenny turns on Johnny for allowing the gun-wielding maniac into their home.

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Johnny vows to go to the police about Scott, even if it means he'll go down for the robbery he was part of all those years ago.

But Scott calls in at the Rovers and tells Emma Brooker (Alexandra Mardell) to let Johnny know he's moving to Kent for a new job.

Johnny wonders if he's been thrown a lifeline.

Soon, it seems Jenny might be about to give Johnny another chance, until Scott tells her how he once left a security guard for dead.

She's horrified, but neither of them notice that Emma has overheard everything.

Scott offers hr £5,000 for Oliver's fund for her silence, but will she be bought?

Meanwhile, Johnny opens up to Jenny about his guilt and she finds a note explaining he's gone to the police to tell the truth.

She tries to call him but Scott grabs the phone and, pointing the gun at her, orders Johnny home – or he'll shoot Jenny.

Could Jenny find herself on the receiving end of one of Scott's bullets?

Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV

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