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  • Falmouth man charged with newsagent robbery

    By Em_Williams at 21:39 on 26/02/13
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    A 26 year old Falmouth man has appeared before magistrates in Truro, charged with robbery after an incident at a newsagent in Acacia Road in the town on 5 January 2013. Officers were called to the store at around 8.45pm after staff had been threatened and a large amount of cash had been stolen. Following police enquiries, the man was arrested on 22 February 2013. He was then interviewed and charged with robbery and possession of a...
  • Police appeal after Falmouth safe theft

    By Em_Williams at 12:59 on 15/11/12
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    Police in Falmouth are appealing for information following a burglary in Killigrew Street in which a mini safe was stolen. It happened sometime between 7.30pm and 8.30pm last night, Wednesday 14 November. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Devon and Cornwall Police on telephone number 101 or by email quoting crime reference GP/12/2618. If you would like to...
  • Arrests after early morning clashes in Falmouth

    By Em_Williams at 20:34 on 02/10/12
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    Ten people have been arrested in Falmouth following a series of clashes between a group of men from the Hayle and St Ives area and a number of local young people, thought to be students. The altercations happened in the early hours of this morning. Officers were called to Church Street around 2.30am after reports that a man had been refused entry to Club International by door staff. The man was arrested and the clashes then followed. ...
  • Coppers seek to iron out metal thefts

    By mwill at 22:54 on 04/07/12
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    Devon and Cornwall Police have joined up with forces in Avon and Somerset and Dorset to tackle metal theft, which has become a significant problem. Operation Tornado, as it is code-named, has been running for the last two months and is supported by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO). ACPO estimates that metal theft is costing the British economy £1 billion per year. The operation has involved scrap metal merchants...
  • Falmouth sculptor jailed for drugs offences

    By mwill at 09:30 on 26/05/12
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    "A commercial sculptor has been sent back to prison for two years after being found guilty of drug offences. Clive Topley, of Tregullow Road, Falmouth, had denied possession of 56.41g of heroin with intent to supply." More information can be found in this week's West Briton or online here:

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