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Line of Duty fans quickly spotted an 'obvious' continuity error during tonight's first episode.
Viewers were excited to be watching the brand new series, but eagle-eyed fans didn't let the BBC show get away with the error.
The characters were heading to the robbery in two BMW cars, but one of the vehicles was swapped to an older BMW estate.
It then changed back again, leaving fans perplexed on Twitter.
One said: "Sorry what was with the BMW continuity error on #LineOfDuty ?? Screaming obvious!"
While another fan penned: "Can't be the only one who noticed the car change between shots?"
A third added: "Poor continuity there, an older BMW estate making a brief appearance."
"Line of Duty, was thinking, that's strange they're using a 10+ yo BMW E61 and then mysteriously it changes to a 2020 model with same plates".
A fifth typed: "When did the convoy suddenly ditch one of their BMW G20 three series model for an 5 series E60 and then back again?"
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