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Line of Duty viewers certain they've worked out major plot twist about Chloe Bishop 

Chloe is AC-12's newest Detective Constable - but is there more to her? 

Emmy Griffiths

Viewers think that they have worked out a major plot twist concerning AC-12's newest team member Chloe Bishop in Line of Duty, and we think they might be onto something! Warning, potential spoilers ahead for season six - do not continue if you want to avoid theories!

Taking to Twitter following episode four, plenty of fans have suggested that Chloe, who has seamlessly fitted into the AC-12 team following Kate's departure, isn't exactly who she says she is. 

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Much like Ryan Pilkington, who appears as a young boy in season one, some people have suggested that Chloe is actually Tony Gates' daughter from season one, and is working for the OCG. 

One person tweeted: "This is deffo Anthony Gates daughter Chloe. She now goes by the last name Bishop but I reckon it was Gates." Another added: "So we need to be thinking about Chloe, suggesting ac12 has a leak, cant put surveillance on Ryan due to funding, she looked nervous in that van too, hmmmmmm." 

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Do you think Chloe is hiding something?

A third person wrote: "I’m convinced Chloe’s dodgy! She could be Tony’s daughter and I don’t believe she couldn’t reach the van hatch - convenient that Jonesy ended up dying instead  and she was also in the room when Steve and the lawyer exchanged nods to confirm he’d spoken anonymously." 

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Coincidence? Could Chloe be Tony's daughter?

Eagle-eyed fans also went back to find snaps of Tony's daughter from season one, and pointed out that many of Chloe's outfits - a blue shirt with a burgundy jacket or coat - matches her school uniform from a childhood photo! One person wrote: "Chloe Bishop sporting the same colour combo as Chloe Gates' school uniform from series one. Nothing is a coincidence with the styling in this programme." 

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