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Maisie Raine


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' ID. Maisie faces gang warfare on her patch following the tit-for-tat killings of local villains working for rival drug dealers, and she is not pleased at the prospect of the investigation being taken out of her hands. See today's choices. Di Maisie Raine PAULINE QUIRKE CS Jack Freeman IAN MCELHINNEY
Written by John Milne ; Producer Ian Scaife Director Claire Winyard
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Unknown: Pauline Quirke
Unknown: Ian McElhinney
Written By: John Milne
Producer: Ian Scaife
DC George Kyprianou: Steve John Shepherd
DC Helen Tomlin: Rakie Ayola
DS Mickey Farrel: Richard Graham
TI Chris Mallory DEAN: Lennox Kelly
Joan: Stella Moray
DS Dermot Walsh: Andrew Woodall
Kath: Ginny Holder
Terry: Ricci Harnett
Bondo Wilson: Paul Ireland
Rene: Cornell John
Lewis Brown: Jeremy Bulloch
Ellen Brown: Tabitha Wady
DC Peters: Shaun Parkes
Bill Hayes: Christian Rodska
Des: Paul Hawkyard
Building society manageress: Miasoteriou
Senior fireman: Kenneth Price
Drunk man: Tim Poole
Patricia: Tanya Moodie
WPC: Harriet Wootliff

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