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Neighbours spoilers: Will Roxy report attacker Vance to the police?

Neighbours, Roxy Willis, Vance Abernethy

Will guilty Roxy stand back and let innocent Gary go down for a crime he didn't commit? Or will she call the cops on Paul's REAL attacker... Vance?

Remember when Roxy Willis (played by Zima Anderson) told her family she witnessed Gary Canning (Damien Richardson) attack Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) on Neighbours?

Well, it looks like she was lying to protect the REAL culprit... none other than her runaway ex-lover Vance Abernethy (Conrad Coleby).

Conrad, who recently went on the run after being threatened by first love Terese Willis (Rebekah Elmaloglou) over a stolen racehorse scandal, got the wrong idea after witnessing the recent kiss between Roxy and Paul - and decided to teach Paul a lesson he'd never forget!

Neighbours, Roxy Willis, Paul Robinson

Roxy made a move on Paul to anger her Aunty T on Neighbours! (Picture: Channel 5)

However, it's still Gary who is facing the music for the crime. And now his mum Sheila Canning (Colette Mann) is in trouble too, after trying to dispose of the attack weapon, thinking she was protecting Gary!

As Roxy struggles with her guilt, will she change her original police statement and call the cops on Vance? Or will Gary go down for a crime he didn't commit?

Neighbours, Kyle Canning, Amy Williams

Amy recently confessed she is still in love with ex-boyfriend Kyle on Neighbours. (Picture: Channel 5)

Meanwhile, Kyle Canning (Chris Milligan) is still unsure what to do about his feelings for ex-girlfriend Amy Williams (Zoe Cramond), who is now engaged to his dad Gary.

Amy has vowed to break-up with Gary, once his name is cleared over Paul's attack, and then she and Kyle can be together again.

But as doubt starts to creep in, Kyle realises that even if Amy does end things with Gary, they'll still have his heartbroken dad looking over their shoulder.

Afraid this isn't going to have a happy ending, Kyle makes a SHOCK move...

Neighbours continues weekdays at 1:45pm and 5:30pm on Channel 5