Emmerdale spoilers follow.
Emmerdale schemer Faye Helders is returning to the soap as Mary Goskirk's emotional story is revisited.
Faye makes a comeback shortly after Mary receives an unexpected update on attempts to bring the con artist to justice.
In early May, Faye was revealed as a scammer who was only dating Mary with the intention of stealing her money.
When Mary realised the truth and confronted Faye, there was a scuffle over an envelope of cash. Faye ultimately made her escape, leaving Mary bleeding and concussed.
Next week, PC Swirling pays a visit to The Woolpack and informs Mary that Faye has been found.
Swirling confirms that Faye has been arrested and charged, but he adds that she's denying all of the allegations against her.
Looking further ahead, TV Times has confirmed that Faye will make a return appearance on the show in the coming weeks, with Jane Gurnett reprising the role.
Faye risks a backlash by reappearing in the village, but viewers will have to wait and see whether she manages to cause more problems for Mary or whether the village favourite will turn the tables.
Last month, Louise Jameson – who plays Mary – spoke about the possibility of her character finding love again after the heartbreak of being conned by Faye.
Louise exclusively told Digital Spy: "[Mary is] very reluctant to get out there again, but her community is pushing her, I can tell you that!
"Her community is starting to push her and build her confidence again. She took a beating and all of her confidence was ripped away.
"It's been a joy to play, because Mary has been very high and very low. That scamming storyline is an important one because it does happen, especially with the older generation.
"There's some awful scammers out there and it's quite nice to be part of raising the awareness."
Emmerdale airs on weeknights at 7.30pm on ITV1, and streams on ITVX.
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