In a movie, I'm watching, one of the detectives investigating a case of a missing woman(Amy) says to one of his co-workers: "Amy's medical records come in?" and she receives a reply: "No, well have them later tonight"
one of the definitions in TFD for "come in" is: 1. Arrive, become available for use or begin to produce, as in Has the new fall line come in yet? or The latest reports are coming in now, or This well has just begun to come in.
But I'm confused as to why is the verb "come" used in the Infinitive form here.(or maybe it's past participle?)This sentence would make perfect sense to me if it was" Did Amy's medical records come in?".Is it the same meaning?