Coronation Street spoilers: Nick's son Sam kidnapped as Sharon Bentley puts her evil plan into play

NICK Tilsley’s son Sam is kidnapped next week in Coronation Street as Sharon Bentley puts her evil plan into action. 

The foster daughter of Rita Tanner – who is played by Tracie Bennett in the ITV soap – was revealed to be drug dealer Harvey’s aunt after her attempts to find Leanne Battersby’s whereabouts failed. 

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Viewers watched Harvey threaten his aunt when she visited him in prison, ordering her to hunt down Leanne and force her to change her statement and free him from prison.

Next week, Sharon tells Harvey she’s going to trace Simon’s gamertag online and find out his location.

Later, Sharon invites Dev to share a glass of wine and, as the evening comes to a close, pretends she’s left an earring at his house. 

When Dev hands her his keys, Sharon can’t believe her luck. 

Later, Sharon lets herself into Dev’s house and messages Simon from Aadi’s console. 

When Dev returns, Sharon plants a seed of doubt in his mind about Aadi’s violent gaming and convinces him to ban him from his console for a week. 

Later in the week, Sharon invites herself around to Dev’s for another drink and persuades him to head out to the shops. 

Viewers will then see Sharon logging onto Aadi’s gaming console and sending a message to Simon asking him where he is. 

Meanwhile, Natasha discovers that Sam has been in touch with Nick and confiscates his phone. 

Sharon does some digging and discovers that Sam and Natasha are due to have tea with Gail, tipping off Harvey about the meeting. 

As Sam approaches Gail’s house, Harvey’s thug Noddy lures him into his van, slams the door shut and drives off. 

Sharon watches in horror from Rita’s flat, aware that she’s committed an awful crime. 

Meanwhile, Natasha notices that Sam has gone missing and asks around. 

Later, Natasha calls the police to report Sam, while Sharon feigns concern. 

Will Sam be okay?

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