Coronation Street’s Imran Habeeb works out Nick Tilsley is responsible for the factory disaster – and fans think he’s planning revenge

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IMRAN Habeeb worked out Nick Tilsley is responsible for the factory disaster in tonight’s Coronation Street.

And fans think the lawyer’s now planning revenge after his sister, Rana, died in the carnage.

Imran found out Nick could be responsible for the factory roof collapse

Imran came to the conclusion after he was questioned by police following the disappearance of Health and Safety inspector Wayne Hayes’ report on the damage.

He was accused of stealing the file, but denied it. However, cops let slip that Nick might be responsible for the incident.

The other suspects are Nick Tilsley, Robert Preston, Carla Connor, Gary Windass, Peter Barlow and Seb Franklin.

These are the prime suspects for tampering with the factory roof, which the police believe was an insurance job.

He learned of his involvement while chatting to the police

But Carla Connor is missing at the moment so it doesn’t look like it’s her and Peter is frantically trying to find her so it’s unlikely he’d find the time to also break into Wayne’s car and steal the report.

The police asked Imran what he knew about Nick, making him the prime suspect.

Nick was also in Roy’s Rolls when Imran found Wayne’s report lying around before it went missing.

Imran is now certain Nick is implicated in the report and stole it so he would know whether or not to do a bunk before the police came asking questions.

The police let the cat out the bag

And now soap viewers are convinced Imran will get his own back.

One wrote: “#CoronationStreet Nick could be in trouble next!”

Another said: “Corrie theory: Nick stole the Underworld report. He looks shifty, so either that or he’s let one go in his pants. #CoronationStreet”.

A third said: “Imrean is going to come for Nick! He should be worried!”


Imran came to the conclusion after he was questioned by police after the disappearance of Health and Safety inspector Wayne Hayes’ report

Teasing the identity of the soap’s new super villain, Coronation boss recently Iain MacLeod revealed: “One of the things when I joined the show, I thought it would have been fun to have a play with Phelan for a bit and I never got to.

“So not that we would ever try to recreate that character because he was so unique and of that type and of a level of extremity.”


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