Sienna, who is running a cleaning business with Ste Hay (Kieron Richardson), needs to get her hands on incriminating evidence following her and Ste's involvement in burying murder victim Maya Harkwell (Ky Discala).
When she hears Dee Valley Police station is having an open day, Sienna’s eyes light up as she cooks up her ploy.
Sienna enlists the help of her partners in crime, Ethan Williams (Matthew James-Bailey) who is disguised as a police officer, and Ste.
Will Sienna be able to get her mitts on the all-important files at the station?
And can the trio pull off the heist without getting caught?
The open day also gives Sid Sumner (Billy Price) the perfect opportunity to consider his options for his future career.
A while back Sid set his heart on joining the police force but his plans were derailed when he was involved in a terrible crash and had to have his leg amputated.
Tonight at the police station he’s feeling inspired until a fire alarm goes off and everyone has to quickly evacuate the building.
Sid is left feeling disheartened.
Elsewhere, Shaq Qureshi (Omar Malik) makes a very risky financial decision in his bid to fund his lavish wedding.
Shaq has been pulling out all the stops to go HUGE for his big day with his fiancée, Nadira (Ashling O’Shea).
He decides to join James Nightingale’s (Gregory Finnegan) investment scheme and starts gathering funds by pawning a family heirloom.
He also buys a truck-load of football memorabilia that he’s planning on selling.
Later on Shaq opens up to his mother Misbah Maalik (Harvey Virdi) on why this wedding means so much to him.
Meanwhile, Nadira receives some very good news.
However, her celebrations are short-lived when she suddenly decides to put the brakes on all the wedding planning.
Uh oh. Her future husband, Shaq, is not going to be happy!
Hollyoaks airs Monday- Friday on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4 at 7pm
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Tess is a senior writer for What’s On TV, TV Times, TV & Satellite and WhattoWatch.com She's been writing about TV for over 25 years and worked on some of the UK’s biggest and best-selling publications including the Daily Mirror where she was assistant editor on the weekend TV magazine, The Look, and Closer magazine where she was TV editor. She has freelanced for a whole range of websites and publications including We Love TV, The Sun’s TV Mag, Woman, Woman’s Own, Fabulous, Good Living, Prima and Woman and Home.